- n. Plural form of neighborhood.
“The company will also lower the cost of fruits and vegetables in its thousands of American stores, and add more Walmarts in underserved 'food deserts' across America -- that's what they call neighborhoods where fresh foods are very hard to find.”
“Parents need to stand up and take back their neighborhoods is a start.”
“The government can provide some funding, but ultimately it is on the people who live in neighborhoods to work to create a community that businesses want to be a part of.”
“Hamas lobbing missles into neighborhoods is a chicken$hit act.”
“My observations from the sidelines of several disputes over remediation in neighborhoods adjacent to closed military bases that had similar buried leftovers affecting groundwater and soils is that the public disclosures did more harm through the level of anxiety generated for these residents than the contaminants ever had the possibility ofdoing.”
“The organization reports that over the last several years, during the housing boom, NYC saw the rapid development of luxury condominiums, many in neighborhoods where low-income people live.”
“Throughout the week Jazzmobile presents concerts in neighborhoods across the city.”
“Update: Obama appointee expresses need for SWAT teams in neighborhoods to enforce energy efficiency.”
“The value of the homes in neighborhoods where the illegals move into go down due to increased crime, inferior lawn and exterior home care, the number of cars littering the side of the road due to not enough parking because there are 24 illegals living in a 3 bedroom home.”
“The perpetual migration between prison and a few predictable neighborhoods is not only costly — it also destabilizes community life.”
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