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townie

(ˈtɑʊni)
n. a permanent (nonstudent) resident of a college town. The townies get upset when we make a lot of noise on Sundays.
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Mike Sherbekow, director of sales for Garfield Refining, said, 'We are unbelievably honoured and extremely grateful to have won the Townie Choice Award for the third year in a row.
"It takes many chapters for this book to work through its macho theme, but Townie is, at bottom, about what it means to become a mature man.
'Townie' sydd ddim yn meindio rhoi wellies ymlaen a mynd yn fudr ar y penwythnosau!" A hithau'n barod felly am wythnos yn Llanelwedd, oes yna rywbeth y bydd hi'n sicr o fynd gyda hi i'r Sioe?
If anything's led the way for the latest retro movement, it's bicycles, which are back in a big way, thanks, in part, to the efforts and creative designs of the Electra Bicycle Company, Carlsbad, Calif., manufacturers of retro-inspired cruisers, children's bikes, and Townies. Moreover, its flat-foot technology allows riders to feel stable and balanced when standing and prevents knee strain while riding.
Ironically, it is Townie who could provide one of the biggest threats today - and he is coming back from an even longer layoff.
Is it because they know that the townie taxpayers they so despise will compensate them without question?
Phil was rather surprised when a townie like me wrote to him about an item he wrote (I cannot remember what).
Rumblings of discontent at the appointment of Dudley MP Ian Pearson as Environment Minister, on the grounds that he is a townie who knows nothing about rural matters, raise some fascinating issues.
Read more about the pros and cons of a move to the country in Out of Your Townie Mind, by Richard Craze (White Ladder Press, pounds 7.99).
However, the punters' jigsaw is not made any easier by the fact that Lady Felix has been absent since winning here 578 days ago, while Townie has been on the missing list even longer, being last seen at their Boxing Day fixture in 2000.
Although he's a "townie", several members of his family are farmers.
It is a place of breathtaking beauty - and a sometimes startling peace for a townie like me.
I LIVE in the country so my fab Ducati does me just fine, but if I was a townie I'd have something like Honda's new S-Wing scooter.
It's been one hell of a week for a townie to take up poultry farming.
In other words, the countryside is in safe, albeit townie hands