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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.
There was no getting round the fact that, townie or not, Kieran's delight in his new environment was extraordinary.
They say us townies don't understand and our opinions are irrelevant.
We are extremely proud that our AirStar compressor and VacStar vacuum system have been awarded with the 2011 Townie Choice Award," said Joe Zekoski, Vice President, Product Management at Air Techniques.
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.
Townie translation: Give us more subsidies and we will clean up our act.
But then I'm just a daft townie and us daft townies aren't supposed to have an opinion on this issue because we don't understand country life, do we?
There's the casually gorgeous townie (Kate Bosworth) for whom both studs hold a torch, the usual bunch of good-looking-but-not-quite-as-hot-as-the-leLine is overdrawn ads, hyper-articulate supporting players, playing blandly edgy rebels without a clause in their standard network contracts, as well as the ruggedly dreamy rowing coach and the lousy father.
The Townie Choice Award is so meaningful to us," said Sandi Hirsch, general manager of Isolite Systems, "That we have won six awards over the past seven years is testament to the impact Isolite is making on the dental profession.
In a good game despite the weather conditions, Paul Healy and Walter Yates added to the Vic's tally with a consolation coming from Mike Townie for the Tail.
Phil was rather surprised when a townie like me wrote to him about an item he wrote (I cannot remember what).
One in 10 townie children did not know where yoghurt comes from, compared to 6% of those from the countryside.
In other words, the countryside is in safe, albeit townie hands