Definition of Conurbations

1. Noun. (plural of conurbation) ¹



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Definition of Conurbations

1. conurbation [n] - See also: conurbation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conurbations

contusing
contusion
contusion pneumonia
contusional
contusioned
contusions
contusive
conubial
conuenient
conular
conundra
conundrum
conundrums
conurban
conurbation
conurbations (current term)
conurbia
conurbias
conure
conures
conus
conus arteriosus
conus elasticus
conus medullaris
conusable
conusant
conusor
conusors
convalesce
convalesced

Literary usage of Conurbations

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1. Transport and Leisure by Ecmt (2000)
"... If PT can handle leisure traffic, then we also have the solution to other transport problems in our conurbations The main starting points for planners ..."

2. Germany Real Estate Yearbook 2007: Assets, Industry Trends, Market Players by Europe Real Estate Publishers B.V. (2006)
"Comparing the market share of the sectors in the five conurbations and the regions outside the conurbations the statistics show that the proportion of the ..."

3. Germany and NATO by John A. Reed, Jr. (1995)
"Restricted spaces and major conurbations The Federal Republic's border with Warsaw Pact states is 1700 kilometers (km) (1085 miles) long—1393 km (864 miles) ..."

4. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by Ecmt, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers (2002)
"It is probable that the third millennium of our civilisation will not change the role of conurbations very much. A return to a rural society seems to be an ..."

5. Emerging World Cities in Pacific Asia by Fu-chen Lo, Yue-man Yeung (1996)
"Secondly, there are a few polycentric urban conurbations in Europe that exert a ... As conurbations where functions are divided among the individual cities, ..."

6. Global Challenge and Local Response: Initiatives for Economic Regeneration by Walter B. Stöhr (1990)
"They included: • the deepening economic decline, mounting unemployment and social distress suffered by the inner-urban areas and industrial conurbations; ..."

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