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used in All Over but the Shoutin'

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relating to a city
  • He was living in a little house in Jacksonville, Alabama, a college and mill town that was the closest urban center—with its stoplights and a high school and two supermarkets—to the country roads we roamed in our raggedy cars.
    Chapter 1.1 (59% in)
  • I rented an apartment in midtown and became an urban Southerner, again, because Atlanta has Los Angeles–class traffic and I am not going to waste big chunks of my life trying to get home to a house I would rarely see.
    Chapter 3.34 (38% in)

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