- n. Plural form of hometown.
“That is ... the money goes to individual car dealerships in hometowns, rather than to CEO's at Ford or GM.”
“But the Hilds are selling to a family-owned chain that concentrates on "hometowns" - communities with a population of 6,000 or so that can't support a bigger supermarket - a family that first had to convince the Hilds they would be good for Marion.”
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“Super S Foods is a regional chain that targets smaller communities it calls "hometowns" in”
“I feel that they will bring attention to Glenville State College from their hometowns which is a great recruiting tool. "said Vice President for Enrollment Management”
“Small pockets of white marchers carried banners proclaiming the names of their hometowns.”
“Across China, millions of people already have commenced sometimes days-long journey to return to their hometowns for the Lunar New Year celebrations.”
“Millions of South Koreans began heading for their hometowns as the annual exodus for the autumn harvest holiday got under way.”
“There was no immediate information on their hometowns.”
“The idea of sending panhandlers back to their hometowns was spawned by a trip Gentry took to San Francisco, where panhandlers who don't live in the city, or have family or ties there, are urged to go home, and receive assistance in doing so.”
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