cement city

cement city

n. a cemetery. I’m too young to end up in cement city.
See also: cement, city
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"In the first two months of Q2 2018, 15 cement companies have reported a y-o-y decline in sales volume, led by Riyadh Cement (-44.1% y-o-y) and Cement City (-37.5%), while only two companies have reported an increase viz Tabuk Cement (+82.4% y-o-y) and Hail Cement (+28.7%)," it outlined.
Summary: A total of three events will seek to cement city's position as the capital of a green global economy
Adnan and countless others have grabbed pens, markers, spray paint and pieces of coal and turned cement city walls into their personal canvasses.
After a history of conflict and mismanaged urban construction, Hamad said, much of Beirut has turned into a cement city, with little regard for aesthetics or planned architecture.
Cement City, Dhahran: a sea of mud, false alarms/rumors, hoarding toilet paper, personalizing cardboard liners for the chemical toilets, hand-washing uniforms at a factory water outlet, meals in the largest tent in the world ...
Toure struck 16 minutes from time to cement City's place at the head of the table.
COLONIAL ERA NARRATIVES, photographs and recent retrospectives of Mozambique's capital city, Lourenco Marques, portray it as two cities: the white city, called the cidade de cimento (cement city), and the black city, called the bairros do canico, the neighborhoods where most homes were build of bamboo-like reeds called canico.
He had lived in the bairros de canico with his black mother until he was six and then moved into the cement city to be educated and raised by his white father and stepmother.
Through piecemeal articulation of legislation that cumulatively became known as the indigenato, the municipal and colonial government sorted out Mozambique's population by status and race parallel to the process of centering and securing the cement city, while simultaneously disadvantaging and blurring the bairros de canico.
But, more importantly, it would cement City's place in the play-offs, while fifth-placed Swansea are in a scrap with the likes of Leicester, Blackpool, Middlesbrough, Doncaster and Sheffield United.
One of those is Riquelme - with Eriksson declaring a real intent to cement City's impressive start to the season with a a determined bid to land the Argentinian.
This development continues to cement City & Northern's position within the North-East as a major player within the commercial property market, following on from other recent developments, including the pounds 45m Gateshead Quays project, Baltic Place.
Lillian, 75, still lives in a colliery house in a former pit village known to locals as Cement City. It was built in the 1950s and is just yards from where the pit once stood, but many of the houses are now vacant.
Forty residents over 60 in Clubmoor's Lark Hill area of Liverpool and St Helens' Cement City in Parr have had new central heating, insulation, double glazing and low energy light bulbs installed.
And Geoff Horsfield's magic strike just before the break, his fifth of the season, appeared to cement City's supremacy.