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  • n. Plural form of urbanization.


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  • In effect, it is centuries of imperialist enclosure movements as well as urbanizations, both forced and free, throughout history that have resulted in removing the natural freedom of the great majority of once landed and enfranchised people whom we now refer to as "labor."

    Enclosure, Capitalism & The "Kiss My Ass" Farm

  • Tourism transformed this former fishing and trading centre in the 1950s and the town's grand manorial homes were bulldozed to make way for high rise hotels, apartment blocks and urbanizations. - Financial News

  • A more civilized concept would involve setting up plenty of bear feeding stations outside the crowded urbanizations

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Landscape gardener Robert Kite moved from London to Cadiz to set up an off-grid home with his partner, Flavia, located away from large urbanizations and close to woodland and the sea.

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • Not only that but more people are actually choosing the Playa San Juan as a place for permanent residence as new urbanizations have appeared both in the Alicante Golf area and the Playa San Juan.


  • There haven’t been these radical urbanizations around existing weather stations; or

    Parker 2006: An Urban Myth? « Climate Audit


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