Examples of inner city in a Sentence
The mayor is trying to attract new businesses to the inner city.
Recent Examples of inner city from the Web
Boyz n the Hood, which was released two years earlier, goes down as the magnum opus on inner city life in 1980s and 1990s Los Angeles.
Politicians also blamed the presence of TV cameras for intensifying inner city uprisings over such issues as income inequality and police brutality.
With Johannesburg’s inner city booming in recent years, the only thing missing was a luxury hotel catering to high-end travelers not keen on staying in the tony suburbs.
But his research aims to discover how organisms become new species, and the inner city offers exciting evidence of evolution in real time.
But while crime remains an issue, recent years have seen locals reclaiming their inner city.
After Parkland, so many people were supporting Everytown, but there are so many black and brown people in inner cities who have been working to get guns out of the streets for a long time.
The judges in Leipzig refused to overturn lower court decisions that pushed Stuttgart and Dusseldorf toward plans that would remove older diesel vehicles from inner cities.
While the Galaxy lives in the suburbs, LAFC is from the inner city.
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INNER CITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inner city for English Language Learners
: the central section of a large city where mostly poor people live
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