01. They live in Dallas proper, not in the [suburbs].
02. The little village that I grew up in is now just a [suburb] of a major city.
03. We used to live downtown, but we moved out to the [suburbs] about a year ago.
04. Since we moved out to [suburbia], things have been a lot quieter than when we were living downtown.
05. The new computer-controlled traffic system should facilitate movement into the [suburbs] during rush hour.
06. Our solar system has been described as being placed in the [suburbs] of a very large galaxy.
07. In August 2005, the Palestinian Cabinet met in a Jerusalem [suburb] for the first time.
08. [Suburbs] generally develop in areas where there is easy access to mass transit.
09. The [suburbs] here are mainly home to the poor, due to the low rents.
10. The film is an interesting and amusing portrait of [suburban] American life in the 1970s.
11. A military bomb squad was called to a [suburban] shopping mall today after an anonymous phone call was made to a radio station claiming a bomb had been planted in a department store there.
12. The area of Greater Tokyo, including the [suburban] prefectures of Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa, contains over 25% of Japan's total population.
13. My once rebellious friends have gotten married and now live in a townhouse in an upscale [suburban] neighborhood.
14. Bertrand Russell once said that the place of the father in the modern [suburban] family is a very small one, particularly if he plays golf.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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