Residents

Some articles on residents:

Katong - Residents
... Its illustrious residents include the ancestral family of Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong ...
Amagansett, New York - Residents
... Other notable residents include Alfred Conkling (1789–1874), born in Amagansett, United States Congressman from New York ...
Eniwa, Hokkaidō - Demographics
... the city has an estimated population of 69,126 residents, with 30,909 households and the density of 234.42 persons per km² ... Eniwa's population is 99.7% Japanese, with the remaining 0.3% being foreign residents. 13.8% of residents are under 15 years of age, and the workforce comprises 64.4% of residents ...
Mahopac, New York - Pronunciation Differences
... Long-time Mahopac residents claim that "Ma-HO-pac" was used by residents until the hamlet's evolution into a full-time community after World War II ... being used by a large number of residents today ... Carmel itself has a pronunciation issue as well, with local residents unanimously pronouncing it CAR-mel, while visitors usually assume it's pronounced car-MEL until instructed otherwise ...
Sunny Isles Beach, Florida - Education - Elementary Schools
... Residents are zoned to an Elementary School as follows Ojus Elementary School-Residents north of 172 Street and south of 183 street Highland Oaks Elementary School-Res ... Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8-Sunny Isles Beach Residents ...

Famous quotes containing the word residents:

    In most nineteenth-century cities, both large and small, more than 50 percent—and often up to 75 percent—of the residents in any given year were no longer there ten years later. People born in the twentieth century are much more likely to live near their birthplace than were people born in the nineteenth century.
    Stephanie Coontz (20th century)

    Most of the folktales dealing with the Indians are lurid and romantic. The story of the Indian lovers who were refused permission to wed and committed suicide is common to many places. Local residents point out cliffs where Indian maidens leaped to their death until it would seem that the first duty of all Indian girls was to jump off cliffs.
    —For the State of Iowa, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)