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1 The city has become a huge, bustling metropolis.
2 They drove quickly, leaving the immense metropolis behind them.
3 Paris nowadays is a busy and crowded metropolis.
4 After 1850 Paris grew quickly into a busy metropolis.
5 Yet she was itching to move to the metropolis and bombarded her parents with subtle and not so subtle requests.
6 It was a metropolis of two streets, after all, and everyone saw everybody else six times a day.
7 The Metropolis in Saltcoats, for example,(www.Sentencedict.com) recently pulled off a major coup by securing a live set from Chaka Khan.
8 Our aim is to make Sydney the musical metropolis of the world.
9 The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis has taken new evidence which has been received and is being assessed by my Department.
10 The metropolis also houses a host of smaller patches of urban wasteland from a few hundred square metres to several hectares.
11 In the metropolis one would experience much bigger crowds, more atmosphere, louder roars and at times very malodorous sawdust.
12 Not a city but a metropolis, with enough mazy back streets and alleys and passageways to satisfy the most avid intriguer.
13 Sant'Elia's city was a utopian metropolis designed on a monumental scale.
14 The city is a sprawling chaotic metropolis of some eight million residents.
15 She was rehearsing at the Metropolis Theatre.
16 The metropolis is a confusion of old and new.
17 This was a great , pleasing metropolis after all.
18 Tessenow decried the metropolis and extolled the peasant virtues.
19 Soon afterwards he left to begin his career in the metropolis.
20 For the time[sentencedict.com], he was the most important man in the metropolis.
21 They met a decade ago in Zhuhai, a fast-growing southern metropolis whose economy has relied on the cheap migrant labor.
22 He felt the attraction of the literary life of the metropolis.
23 They are the last pro sports team left in the United States that does not play in a metropolis.
24 You said that you would refer the matter to the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis.
25 Moated Norfolk, Theodora thought, and moated house, defended against the falsity, rapacity and sheer ugliness of the metropolis.
26 Despite this setback Coote pronounced himself well pleased with the state of the streets in the metropolis.
27 Each team was heralded with proclamations that, finally, we had made it as a major-league metropolis.
28 And flanking the tracks on the far side, a metropolis: Brunswick had electric light bulbs, telephones, radios.
29 As the city slumbers, a slum area in a remote corner of the metropolis goes up in flames.
30 Wealth, culture, and international adventure had turned a tiny collection of huts into a huge sandstone metropolis.
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