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Things town often describes (“town ________”)
hall, meeting, house, life, dwellers, clerk, planning, america, meetings, crier, council, guests, dweller, boy, girl, newspapers, houses, visitors, atmosphere, newspaper, gown, halls, banks, papers, lawyer, boys, talk, setting, building, school, planners, trips, planner, folk, treasurer, site, checks, streets, gate, campus, wall, paper, residents, merchants, centres, district, sites, clock, girls, church, community, schools, students, institution, lots, doctor, walls, plan, friends, stores, hotel, councils, trip, gossip, officers, living, store, bank, tryouts, location, editor, manhattan, street, banker, office, customers, folks, councillors, buyers, gates, relatives, districts, car, merchant, politics, guard, business, feel, pump, communities

How town often is described (“________ town”)
small, little, old, whole, native, large, chief, ancient, provincial, nearest, next, nearby, present, largest, modern, neighboring, entire, industrial, big, principal, quiet, indian, walled, southern, english, neighbouring, beautiful, tiny, coastal, sleepy, medieval, rural, pleasant, roman, thriving, flourishing, busy, spanish, latter, typical, picturesque, commercial, left, pretty, prosperous, northern, down, quaint, historic, distant, strange, italian, populous, sized, oldest, famous, port, mexican, charming, remote, outside, colonial, nice, lovely, midwestern

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See town used in context: 100+ rhymes, 85 Shakespeare works, 9 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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