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In 1950, in the suburbs of New Jersey, researchers at Bell Labs were busy making breakthroughs that paved the path for the first practical solar cells.
Western Pomerania, Dahlemann says, is becoming a suburb of Szczecin.
These activities aren’t usually allowed within cities and suburbs.
In other words, drone deliveries are likely not coming to densely-packed suburbs anytime soon.
Polling data suggests it is likely that this election will be decided in the suburbs.
Houston-area government officials urged resident of the city’s eastern suburbs to evacuate.
Over the last 18 months, conservatives in the suburbs and rural parts of the county have been mostly outmaneuvered thanks to the way votes are weighted and counted at SANDAG.
The final match of the tournament will be held at Rio Tinto Stadium in the suburbs of Salt Lake City.
That was the case for Holly Young, who lives in La Mesa, a suburb just east of the city of San Diego.
Many have taken place outside of New York City and other major urban markets after many executives retreated to the suburbs or farther flung locales in the early days of the pandemic.

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