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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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The most common traits that marked out 'Modern Mancunian Travellers' more than others were enjoying city breaks as much as beach holidays, respecting local culture and customs, preferring sightseeing to partying and eating at local restaurants rather than tourist traps.
7 The Mancunian dialect is even stranger than the Midlands'.
It will give Mancunians a voice and bring improvements for local people.
With Chandler betting to more than 83 per cent on Brodie's rounds alone, you could be forgiven for thinking you are entitled to a bit better than the 13-8 they are putting up about a points win for the Mancunian.
In the interim the controversial Mancunian outfit have become worldwide mega celebrities, the Royal Court has enjoyed a multi-million pound face lift and fans of the boys will be able to ``sway to the music in comfort'', laughed a delighted theatre boss Simon Geddes.
But real trouble could be on its way for Ricky, as it has been claimed fellow Mancunians Liam and Noel are set on taking him on a road trip to Mexico.
NO bitterness at their derby defeat over at Manchester City, whose website carries an article on the 3-1 defeat titled 'Young Mancunians Lead The Blues'.
Liverpudlians saw off competition from mad-for-it Mancunians and jovial Geordies to secure the title of comedy capital of the UK.
And they wisely reckoned Mancunians might not turn up in their thousands to be waved at by the likes of Kleberson, Eric Djemba-Djemba, and David Bellion.
Mancunians are more likely to go to Majorca, Londoners prefer Belgium and you are likely to find Liverpudlians in Ibiza.
Now, I'm used to inner-city Mancunians reacting to Wilmslow, it being known as the Beverly Hills of the North West.