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  • n. Plural form of Haligonian.

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Examples

  • Haligonians are probably aware of the place where I live: Oxford and Allan St. Both are pretty long streets: Oxford reaches from North St. all the way to South St, which is several blocks.

    July 5th, 2008

  • Haligonians are a terrific audience, willing to both think and laugh, but I was still tired.

    A Stick Up The ...

  • I was walking down South Park St. on my way to Spring Garden Rd, passing the front of an apartment block (Haligonians will probably know what I'm talking about), and walking towards me were a group of adolescent girls.

    How A Hug Lasts Forever

  • A consortium of committed Haligonians has proposed a major waterfront redevelopment that would incorporate the existing Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and create a dramatic heritage and marine-based activity complex to be known as the Queen's Landing.

    Save the Sackville

  • One hundred and eleven Haligonians, according to the official count by the Oxford Theatre staff, came out this evening to catch the screening of Best Evidence and Famous Monster at the historic Oxford, the last remaining non-big box, "cookie cutter" cinema in Halifax.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Many Haligonians detested what nearly six years of war had brought their city -- thousands of servicemen pouring through on their way to Europe; beaches fouled by oil from a harbour filled beyond capacity; rationing; blackouts; curfews and general overcrowding.

    The Canadian Veterna: No Ordinary Hero

  • How are Inspector Shoemaker & Fanny & the other Haligonians?

    Isabel’s Bed

  • To many Haligonians Boston is familiar and dear, but Toronto is remote, and anathema.

    Energy and a Sense of Balance

  • We will not follow the eighteen travellers in their eight or ten days sight-seeing, but will return to the two Haligonians at Constantinople, who have got through their business in a few hours, and must go back to Halifax at once.

    The Dominion in 1983

  • Two out of the twenty Haligonians are on business only, and intend to return the same night; the other eighteen, after seeing the lions of Constantinople intend visiting Jerusalem, the

    The Dominion in 1983

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