from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Manchester, England.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Manchester, England.
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- adj. Related or pertaining to Manchester, England.
- n. A person raised or living in the city of Manchester, England.
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- n. a native or resident of Manchester
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of the English city of Manchester or its residents
I was following a car along an urban motorway, that part of the A57 that is called The Mancunian Way, in Manchester.
And if they cannot topple the Mancunian giants, London bragging rights are not a bad consolation prize.
I grew up in Manchester and still think of myself as a Mancunian.
Third-placed Tottenham narrowed the gap to the Mancunian pair to seven points – and the north London club have one game in hand over them – thanks to the pace, power and precise finishing of Bale.
Maria Balshaw, director of both Manchester city galleries and the Whitworth, called him perhaps the greatest 19th-century adopted Mancunian.
It seems almost a pity that there is no more international football between now and the end of the domestic season, so before settling down to our dreary diet of Champions League head-to-heads, Mancunian invasions of Wembley and taut situations at both ends of the Premier League, it is worth reflecting on how much the landscape is now altered.1.
Doves The Man Who Told Everything There was a time when people thought Elbow deserved to be as popular as their fellow gruff, rain-soaked Mancunian songsmiths, Doves.
The revelation is made by René Meulensteen, United's first-team coach, writing a column in the quarterly magazine of the Dutch Mancunian supporters' group.
The other member of the dynasty, then in senior office, was Richard's cousin Laurence, chairman of the newspaper company and, in Mancunian eyes at least, its personification.
And particularly at a moment when oil-rich Manchester City have hoisted their first trophy in 35 years to preface a potentially dramatic recalibration of the Mancunian power balance.