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neighbour subst. Brit. die Nachbarin f
neighbour subst. Brit. der Nachbar m
neighbour at table subst. Am.   die Tischnachbarin f
neighbour at table subst. Brit.   der Tischnachbar m
neighbourhood subst. Brit. die Nachbarschaft f
  die Nähe f
  die Umgebung f
neighbouring Brit. nachbarständig
neighbouring adj. Brit. angrenzend
  benachbart
  umliegend
  umwohnend
neighbouring atom subst. Am.   das Nachbaratom n
neighbouring country subst. Brit.   das Nachbarland n
neighbouring effect subst.   der Nachbargruppeneffekt m
neighbouring group subst. Am.   die Nachbargruppe f
neighbouring position subst. Am.   die Nachbarstellung f
neighbouring state subst. Brit.   der Nachbarstaat m
neighbouring town subst. Am.   die Nachbarstadt f
neighbouring village subst. Brit.   das Nachbardorf n
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Neighbourhood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a.new,#quickbar a.new{color:#ba0000} /* cache key: enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:5:f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Neighbourhood From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Neighbour) Jump to: , The Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City For other uses, see Neighbourhood (disambiguation). A neighbourhood or neighborhood (see

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Preindustrial cities

In the words of the urban scholar Lewis Mumford, ?Neighbourhoods, in some primitive, inchoate fashion exist wherever human beings congregate, in permanent family dwellings; and many of the functions of the city tend to be distributed naturally?that is, without any theoretical preoccupation or political direction?into neighbourhoods.? Most of the earliest cities around the world as excavated by archaeologists have evidence for the presence of social neighbourhoods. Historical documents shed light on neighbourhood life in numerous historical preindustrial or nonwestern cities. Neighbourhoods are typically generated by social interaction among people living near one another. In this sense they are local social units larger than In addition to social neighbourhoods, most ancient and historical cities also had administrative districts used by officials for taxation, record-keeping, and social control. Administrative districts are typically larger than neighbourhoods and their boundaries may cut across neighbourhood divisions. In some cases, however, administrative districts coincided with neighbourhoods, leading to a high level of regulation of social life by officials. For example, in the T?ang period Chinese capital city Chang?an, neighbourhoods were districts and there were state officials who carefully controlled l... mehr

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