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    Satellite Towns

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    Satellite Towns In 1927 there were approximately 2 billion people on the earth‚ however today our population is almost 6 billion. This huge amount of increase in human population brought crowded metropolitan areas. In order to create planned cities and houses we created satellite towns. These towns also started to be built in our country. Therefore‚ it might be a good idea to consider its advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage of a town with skyscrapers is its modernity. Since we

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    Small Town

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    growing up in a small town. Small communities allow people to become acquainted‚ acquire a sense of security and familiarity. Although there may be many apparent positive aspects to smaller towns‚ people often living in acquire what is called a ’small town mentality’. This can be described as a unified way of thinking and behaving. Individuality and diversity are suppressed while town’s people begin to conform to traditionalistic views and stereotypes. Ways in which this small town mentality affects

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    Village or Town?

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    the safe and clean environment of the countryside. Absence of heavy traffic means absence of polluted atmosphere. With clean environment farmers can grow ecologically clean vegetables. Secondly‚ villagers appreciate a friendly atmosphere in a small town. Because of a small population‚ everyone knows everyone in villages. This fact unites people. They have a feeling of living in a closely knit community. Finally‚ countrymen see a village as the best place to live. Deciding between two places to

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    Life in the country and in town If you had a choice‚ where would you like to live: in town or in the country? Whether you live in small towns or large cities‚ there are merits and drawbacks. And in this essay I will try to highlight some of the major advantages of living there. But of course there is always two sides to a coin‚ therefore this essay will also point out some of the problems which often reduce the pleasure of living in the countryside and in town. The best reason why one should

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    life in a small town

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    increasingly urbanized. In almost every country in the world the trend has been for more and more people to move from small towns to larger cities. Although there are certain aspects of living in small town that I would appreciate such as clean air and less noise‚ however the urbanizing trend pretty much reflects my own preference for living in a big city rather than in a small town‚ because in my opinion the place one lives in plays more important role in one’s life in terms of wider range of opportunities

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    city vs towns

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    CITIES VS TOWNS The selection of cities and towns for residency is the issue which has attracted the attention of people for a long time. More people argued this issue from different aspects. Some people think that cities are the key element for a modern and sophisticated life; while‚ others’ vision is different from them and believe that towns are places for a peaceful‚ simple and relaxed life. There are many differences between the facilities of towns and cities. Firstly‚ towns are the places

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    Living in Small Town

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    Draft> Small town Do you sometimes feel tired of all the noise‚ the pollution and traffic in a big city? Just imagine you are in a middle of a small town with the fresh air‚ and you can even hear the sounds of birds. That is how life in a small town likes. It is simple and peaceful‚ moreover‚ it’s really good for your health‚ and also a great place for vacation. Some people love to live in a small town for only one reason: it is simple and peaceful. People who live in a small town don not need

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    Causality and New Town

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    Of Moving The effects of moving to a new town or city Nowadays‚ as a result of looking for better conditions of life many people have been moving from their own city to another city or country. People in all over the world are developing the necessity of find their happiness‚ education and a better work. Moving to a new town or city can bring some negatives and positives effects to the person who is moving. The first effect of moving to a new town or city can be found in educational life.

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    Youth In An Austrian Town

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    quickly become a normal way to live. In her story‚” Youth in an Austrian Town”‚ writer Ingeborg Bachmann discusses the changes that occur in a small Austrian town ‚over time‚ during World War II. The town seems to be dying slowly during war and occupation by Germany. A once prosperous and busy port town‚ the factories have gone quiet and the docks and canals have closed down.”People rarely moved to this town from another town‚ because the farms had grown too small and they looked for accommodation

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    Smeltertown Ghost Town

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    Smeltertown is a callus on the border between the United States and Mexico. Once a town full of life‚ a community where no one even bothered to lock their front door‚ Smeltertown is now a ghost town. The town’s rundown condition is very well exemplified in Danny Lyon’s photo titled "Grave marker in Smelter cemetery‚ Asarco Smelter Works‚ in the background. This is the graveyard provided for employees." In the foreground of the photograph‚ is a wooden cross grave marker with the words “Sra Romana

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    Town and Milton Fl.

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    Plymouth‚ Massachusetts-3‚349 miles 2. St. Louis to Ft. Clatsop near the Pacific Ocean-1‚400 miles 3. Omaha to San Francisco-1‚430 miles Part-2 If I had to describe the town I live in I would describe it as a little ole farm town that neighbors with a more city oriented town to the West‚ then two more farm towns to the North of them‚ and one to the East‚ and finally some more city oriented/beach style areas to the South. The relative location for Milton Fl. would have to be Baker Fl. they

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    Compare and contrast between a small town and a big city Everywhere in all countries there are small towns and big cities. People like big cities so they can find all facilities there .There are also people who like small towns.I am going to write about the similarities and differences between a small town and a big city. There are a few similarities and differences between a small town and a big city. The first similarity is that both of them have facilities such as water and electricity

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    Big City or Small Town

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    Some people prefer to live in a small town and others like to live in a big city. In my opinion‚ I would prefer to live in a big city because living in a big city has more advantages than living in a small town. Living in a big city is more convenient because in a big city there are many facilities for living‚ recreation‚ and health care. For instance‚ a big city usually has an integrated transportation infrastructure connecting all areas of the city. As a result‚ people living in a big city

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    advantage. Shelter and aspect. A place needed shelter from the prevailing south-westerly and cold northerly winds. A south-facing aspect gives most sunshine heat and light. The growth of cities‚ along with more people living in these cities and towns is called urbanisation. Settlement Patterns There

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    Big city or small town

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    Big city or Small town Good afternoon everyone. Today I’d like to say something about big city and small town. It sounds charming to see stars at night‚ to plant fruits in the garden‚ or to picnic on the lawn‚ rural life distinguished itself in being closer to nature. But truth to be told‚ living close to nature also means that there will be plenty of animals and insects visiting your home and vegetation. Surely Fish is more inclined to enjoy itself in marine environment instead of being

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    Small town and Big cities Some people prefer a small town over a big city‚ others prefer a big city over a small town. Why? Big cities and small towns have several differences‚ they also have a few similarities. Including that they both have their advantages and disadvantages. However‚ I personally like to live in a small town. There are certain aspects and qualities that one cannot bear living in a big city. Some people who live in big cities think it’s the best place for them. Big cities

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    Our Town

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    In the play "Our Town"‚ by Thornton Wilder‚ a character by the name of Simon Stimson makes a very insightful statement about people and their lives. Simon is dead and buried‚ as well as several of the play’s other characters‚ when a newly-dead young woman named Emily joins their ranks and begins to realize the triviality and ignorance of her existence‚ as well as that of every living person. The dead are discussing this insignificance and unawareness of the living when Simon comments with disgust

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    few weeks in the summer and spring‚ which are often cloudy. Generally‚ it is wonderfully fresh and moderate in summer and cold in winter. All districts and outskirts of Sana’a are mountainous. Sana’a is considered one of the Islamic historical towns because it has the Old City of Sana’a that is a real miracle of old architecture. The old city of Sana’a is one of the most beautiful cities in Arabia and the Islamic World. The city is known by several names including the city of “ Sam ”. It is also

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    Grover’s Corners is a small town in New Hampshire that shares many characteristics with Lewistown. Not only does it share characteristics of a physical nature‚ the people of these towns also share attitudes and philosophies towards living and dying. Some of the physical features these towns share are many churches‚ small town businesses‚ and the cemeteries of these towns share many characteristics. The towns also share attitudes and philosophies like caring for their families‚ education is important

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    Paper Towns

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    In the novel Paper Towns by John Green‚ Quentin Jacobsen is a senior in high school who is on a mission to rescue his runaway love and neighbor‚ Margo Roth Spiegelman. As children Margo and Quentin were inseparable‚ everything they did they did together. Margo and Quentin formed a bond that seemed unbreakable. But as time went on‚ and they grew apart‚ Quentin found his identity in doubt; he begins questioning himself. Quentin experiences a loss by losing a friendship he thought would be everlasting

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