I come from the most enterprising town—three hundred and sixtytwo inhabitants—in the entire state of North Dakota—Wheatsylvania.
She spoke with scorn of the other inhabitants of the apartment-house, who were "so prosaic, so conventional, that they never came up to this darling hideyplace."
Martin was, like most inhabitants of Elk Mills before the SlavoItalian immigration, a Typical Pure-bred Anglo-Saxon American, which means that he was a union of German, French, Scotch, Irish, perhaps a little Spanish, conceivably a little of the strains lumped together as "Jewish," and a great deal of English, which is itself a combination of primitive Briton, Celt, Phoenician, Roman, German, Dane, and Swede.
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What will traffic be like if the city has twice as many inhabitants?
The inhabitants of the village were very friendly.