mancunian


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mancunian

adjective Referring to a person from Manchester or Greater Manchester.

noun A person from Manchester or Greater Manchester.
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Mancunian Moore, who also looked impressive making the first defence of his titles, remains Jones' obvious target,but that could be one rematch that will have to wait for the new year.
Writing on the GMP City Centre Facebook page at 9am yesterday, Insp Middleton said: "There is also a male in custody after obstructing the Mancunian Way, threatening to stab the officer and then being racially abusive to the officer in the custody office.
The average Mancunian now spends 2 hours 55 minutes taking photos on holiday, snapping on average 32 pictures over the trip which they will upload to social media and a further 28 percent will only choose Hotels based on whether they have free Wi-Fi and other technology available.
I think for ManCity to become one of the biggest clubs in the world it will have to go back to i being more Mancunian than ever and to expose that as a brand and a way of being.
The large hole appeared on the Mancunian Way in Manchester, which was closed in both directions following the collapse, believed to have been caused by the erosion of a culvert beneath.
EVERTON fans will be forgiven for reaching for their Oasis albums and affecting a Mancunian drawl for a few hours this afternoon.
We do know that around two thirds of Mancunian schoolchildren are bilingual- a huge figure which indicates just how precious its linguistic culture is," Matras said.
This was ITV's attempt at a Big Fat Gypsy Wedding ratings success, following some of the 40,000 strong Mancunian Jewish community.
At Stamford Bridge, Old Trafford and Anfield, Cockney, Mancunian and Scouse brogues have been replaced by strange, middle-class, middle-England accents.
Elbow at the Metro Radio Arena THE Mancunian quintet arrived in Newcastle to be greeted by grey skies reminiscent of their home town of Bury.
The Mancunian singer brought the night to a climax with the band's big hit Don't Look Back In Anger.
By true Mancunian, obviously I mean a bloke who can't afford a Man United season ticket anymore, so slags off the Glazers and goes to watch one football club to show his undying support for a different one.