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  • adv. In a touristic way.


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  • It's pretty convenient that three of the coolest people at work are also the other teachers who arrived when I did, so we're all on the same page touristically speaking.

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  • But rents were also skyrocketing in the touristically challenged city of Minneapolis, where the last bits of near-affordable housing lie deep in the city, while job growth has occurred on the city's periphery, next to distinctly unaffordable suburbs.

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  • If Cyprus, which is unspoiled touristically, is to obtain its fair share of the world's tourist trade its airport at Nicosia must be available to more air lines.


  • But the ship is big on the city's horizon, literally and figuratively, financially and touristically.

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  • The beaches here are really beautiful, much better then around Senggigi, but the area is not touristically developed and there's hardly any tourism infrastructure. Recent Updates

  • Until recently, however, I have not noticed a lot of such activity in the area where I live, at the southern end of the Gold Coast region of South East Queensland which culturally and touristically (if not strictly in terms of government-delineated regional and state boundaries) stretches into the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales.

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