city man

  1. a financier who works in one of the banks in the City of London
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  • The new publicity manager is really on the ball.
  • Liverpool, in which it was lately proved that crime -- and especially the crime of uneducated boys and girls -- had cost, in the last few years, the city many times more than it would cost to educate, civilize, and depauperize the whole rising generation of that city, and had been a tax upon the capital and industry of Liverpool, so enormous that they would have submitted to it from no Government on earth; and yet they had been blindly inflicting it upon themselves for years, simply because they chose to forget that they were their brothers 'keepers. Sermons for the Times
  • Lion City mandarin is firmly in charge of coining slogans. Boing Boing: August 28, 2005 - September 3, 2005 Archives
  • As Jesse Barton, a former assistant city manager in Coos Bay, Oregon, said to me, If the teamstruly are apublic good, governmentshouldacquire appropriate equity stakes in the teams in which they invest. Bad Sports
  • Judge William Fraser, who is Montpelier's city manager, held one up using the tip of a pen, like a crime scene investigator trying not to taint the evidence.
  • LAWRENCE - Lawrence police continue to search for suspects in the fatal shooting of a city man near a housing complex. Home -
  • When a ray from a lantern (the three pedestrians of the party carried each one) fell on Mr. Moore's face, you could see an unusual, because a lively, spark dancing in his eyes, and a new-found vivacity mantling on his dark physiognomy; and when the rector's visage was illuminated, his hard features were revealed all agrin and ashine with glee. Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • Post-debate analysis, including feedback from the Beacon-News staff and various undecided voters, suggested that Weisner and Irvin slugged it out on the economy, crime, taxes and downtown while Kifowit "rambled off" into non-priority issues such as pledging not to fire city employees who may otherwise deserve to be terminated and her city manager idea, which she now calls a city administrator after her original idea failed with the public. Archive 2009-03-01
  • Someone had sent the "gayest" pages of the script to the city manager and he pulled the plug. Ash Christian: Confessions of My Inner Fat Girl
  • So we have Marilyn Marks resigning from The Red Ant blog, the waspish Elizabeth Milias berating Aspen City Manager Steve Barwick, and the gnatty Andrew Kole professing his preference for blondes. Michael Conniff: Con Games: The Loony Bin of Aspen Politics
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