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Personally, I like a generous side of wheelchair access with my cities.
It's not easy to have success with restaurants in different cities, but I like the challenge.
I like to read, walk, cook, and travel to cities. We live in the country, so we miss museums and the bustle of city life.
Sewage works that serve big cities run into trouble when the cities grow up around them.
Violent cities, people who live in violent cities, find a way - as New Yorkers did 30 or 40 years ago - they find a way to just carry on. But you're stressed out. You're worried, you know.
In cities like Athens, poor houses lined narrow and tortuous streets in spite of luxurious public buildings.
Even to build a vote bank, you need to tackle the problems people face. Rural jobs that stop migration to cities, road networks for better connectivity, and a sense of security get people to vote for you.
A trait which differentiated New York from European cities was the incredible freedom and ease in which life, including sexual life, could be carried on, on many levels.
I think 'The Wire' really is relatable. It reflects an ongoing issue across America, about inaccuracies in major cities between rich and the poor and some of the things that go on behind the red tape of council and government bodies.
In the nineteen-thirties, one in four Americans got their news from William Randolph Hearst, who lived in a castle and owned twenty-eight newspapers in nineteen cities.
I'd quite like to have one place where I stay put. And I don't like living in cities all the time. In order to have ideas, you have to have some peace and quiet.
I absolutely love London; it is one of my favourite cities in the world.
What I'm going to be given I gather is not the key to the city, which in many cities is the case. It's the freedom medal, and for me freedom has always been associated traditionally within the city.
Most of the books that feature supernatural characters blending with the modern world and are usually set in big cities.
I believe that all people that are successful should pay back their cities, their states, their towns, our country.
When I was a little girl, I thought I was Sydney Carton in Dickens' 'A Tale of Two Cities.' I don't think anyone else did.
As we've seen, deploying large armies abroad won't always be our best offense. Countries typically don't want foreign soldiers in their cities and towns.
John O. Brennan
I'm not fond of cities: the constant activity and swarms of people.
I think ultimately, bringing more nature back into the city is a way to deal with urban sprawl and things like that. If the cities feel a little more natural, people like to live there more rather than moving out and dividing up another piece of land that shouldn't be touched.
I must know good yoga classes in about 25 cities on this planet.
American cities are not scaled to the energy diet of the future. They have become too large. They're over-scaled.
James Howard Kunstler
Cities are made for enemies to destroy.
I love Portland. I think it's one of the best cities - I obviously haven't been to very many places, but I had one of the best times I've had on a set there.
I think D.C. has always been very, very vibrant for food. Like Boston in a way. Boston and D.C. were really the two cities that were the most active with their local chefs and their local food scene.
For such a small country, Britain packs in an amazing diversity of landscapes: coastline, lakes, mountains, rolling countryside, villages and great cities.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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