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TM/HM Sprites Appearances Anime Trivia Etymology Slakoth's name could be derived from the words "sloth" and "slack it could also be derived from the words "slack" and "off" as in someone who is slaking-off.
7 Despite its world-famous reputation for urban sprawl and car culture, paradoxically, the Los Angeles metropolitan area is the densest in the United States.
The focus is almost exclusively on recreational shopping rather than daily goods.
34 The Town and Country Planning Act of 1947 expressly incorporated green belts into all further national urban developments.(In Press) The Paradox of Intensification.Archived from the original (PDF) on September 26, 2015.Koen De Ridder; Filip Lefebre; Stefan Adriaensen; Ute Arnold; Wolfgang Beckroege; Christine Bronner; Ole Damsgaard; Ivo Dostal; Jiri Dufek; Jacky Hirsch; Luc Int Panis; Zdenek Kotek; Thierry Ramadier; Annette Thierry; Stijn Vermoote; Annett Wania; Christiane Weber (2008).American public policy analyst Randal O'Toole of the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, has argued that sprawl, thanks to the automobile, gave rise to affordable suburban neighborhoods for middle class and lower class individuals, including non-whites.46 In fact, the most polluted air is on crowded highways, where people in suburbs tend to spend more time.Fang, Yiping; Pal, Anirban.

A review by Czech and colleagues 38 finds that urbanization endangers more species and is more geographically ubiquitous in the mainland United States than any other human activity.
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Edwards, Dennis; Pigram, Ron (1988).The Death and Life of Great American Cities Jameson, Fredric (1990).Journal of the American Planning Association 61, 2: 210-225, 1995 Transport Reviews Volume 29 Issue 3 (2009) was entirely devoted to this issue.g."Major Companies Push the Limits of a Tax Break".Retrieved December 6, 2013.This is the amount of points required to capture the Pokémon (excluding boss Pokémon).Low-density edit Sprawl is often characterized as consisting of low- density development.Retrieved September 3, 2015.

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 38(2.