Inhabitants

Some articles on inhabitants:

USS Wild Cat (1862) - Going Ashore and Rescuing Inhabitants Under Attack
... of the poor negroes there, wounding some, generally striking terror into the hearts of the inhabitants ... with many canoes paddled by panic-stricken former inhabitants of the plantation ...
Regions Of Switzerland - Population
... In 2009, 74% of the 7,785,800 inhabitants lived in urban areas ... With a population density of 450 inhabitants per km2, it is one of the most densely populated region in Europe ... of Lucerne, Solothurn and Zurich are respectively 261.0, 319.7 and 813.6 inhabitants per km2 ...
Evdilos - Frantato
... The community of Frantato (Τοπική Κοινότητα Φραντάτου) with 658 Inhabitants and 17,48 km² surface lies west of Evdilos and borders ... Frantato (Φραντάτο), 136 Inhabitants Maratho (Μάραθο), 86 Inhabitants Pigi (Πηγή), 71 Inhabitants in the vicinity of the village lies ... Stavlos (Στάβλος), 24 Inhabitants Avlaki (Αυλάκι), 106 Inhabitants Kampos (Κάμπος), 216 Inhabitants within its boundaries lies the antique city of Ini (Οινόη), which was the capital of the ...
Vironniemi - Office and Home To Thousands
... The education level of the inhabitants of the district is the highest of all main districts in the city - 36.4% of the inhabitants have a university. 10.6% of the district's inhabitants are native Swedish-speaking (as of 1 January 2005), which is clearly higher than the city average ...
Kolomna Municipal Okrug - History - Occupation
... The first inhabitants of Kolomna were mariners - artisans, pilots ... The number of inhabitants in Kolomna continuously increased ... and the census of 1910 indicates the number of inhabitants of Kolomna - more than 85 thousand ...

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    The inhabitants of St. John’s and vicinity are described by an English traveler as “singularly unprepossessing,” and before completing his period he adds, “besides, they are generally very much disaffected to the British crown.” I suspect that that “besides” should have been a “because.”
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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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