- v accustom to urban ways
- s being or having the customs or manners or dress of a city person
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- Hey, honey: there's a free, 3-night class on basic beekeeping
If you've ever been interested in having thousands of buzzing little minions (or are a certain yellow bear with a speech impediment who may, in fact, have a problem with addiction) you're in luck! The Pulaski County Cooperative Extension Service is holding a three-night class to give you the basics of beginning beekeeping. Urban farming is hot right now, and a big part of citified agriculture in ...
Aug. 5, 2013 - Arkansas Times
- Andrew Hacker in New York Times
Citified college-women are more likely to be nonmarried and childless, compared with their suburban sisters, so they can and do devote themselves to their careers,said Andrew Hacker, a Queens College sociologist and the author of...
- Clifton Daniel in New York Sun
Of their romance - conducted at first in secrecy - Daniel wrote: "We were the kind of people who wouldn't marry anybody our mothers wouldn't approve of: a couple of citified small-towners, puritans among the fleshpots."
- Vic Chesnutt in Los Angeles Times
One thing we talked a lot about was food,Chesnutt said. "My Protestant, Southern-fried cuisine is very different from their citified Jewish fare. But they were such warm and funny people, I didn't want it to end."