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The little village that I grew up in is now just a suburb of a major cityThey live in Dallas proper, not in the suburbs.

The little village that I grew up in is now just a suburb of a major city.

We used to live downtown, but we moved out to the suburbs about a year ago.

Since we moved out to suburbia, things have been a lot quieter than when we were living downtown.

The new computer-controlled traffic system should facilitate movement into the suburbs during rush hour.

Our solar system has been described as being placed in the suburbs of a very large galaxy.

In August 2005, the Palestinian Cabinet met in a Jerusalem suburb for the first time.

Suburbs generally develop in areas where there is easy access to mass transit.

The suburbs here are mainly home to the poor, due to the low rents.

The film is an interesting and amusing portrait of suburban American life in the 1970s.

A military bomb squad was called to a suburban shopping mall today after an anonymous phone call was made to a radio station claiming a bomb had been planted in a department store there.

The area of Greater Tokyo, including the suburban prefectures of Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa, contains over 25% of Japan's total population.

My once rebellious friends have gotten married and now live in a townhouse in an upscale suburban neighborhood.

Bertrand Russell once said that the place of the father in the modern suburban family is a very small one, particularly if he plays golf.

Find someone who lives in the suburbs.

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