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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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After each calamity Manchester rolls right back, more determined, more diverse, more Mancunian.
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.
Steve Pryle, a GMB spokesman, said Mancunians and Londoners worked fewer hours because their cities were reliant on office-based jobs.
7 The Mancunian dialect is even stranger than the Midlands'.
IT'S a very interesting piece of mancunian history, something of which I'd not heard of before.
"It will give Mancunians a voice and bring improvements for local people."
Other countries stopped buying Mancunian cotton and started making their own, either for national security reasons (the two World Wars stopped a lot of global exports) or simply because it was cheaper.
My family came to prefer Liverpool to our negative Manchester in that its people proved even friendlier than Mancunians.
There is rarely any love lost between Mancunians and Liverpudlians and tonight's WBF light-welter scrap between local boy Wayne Rigby and Gary
DOVES: Lost Souls (Heavenly) - Promising Mancunians discover delightful guitars.
WHETHER participating in a show, volunteering or hosting their own micro-festival, thousands of Mancunians are helping to make this year's Manchester International Festival happen in countless ways.
MANCUNIANS will hold the biggest New Year's Eve celebrations in the UK, according to the sales figures for booze.