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use "inhabitant" in a sentence

Presumably she was a local inhabitant whom he met after arrival in Java.

Coral is another important inhabitant of the Persian Gulf waters.

Discussion question: What are the ingredients of a favorite dish from your culture? inhabitant

Based in some stories, he was the first inhabitant of the said place.

The Isle of Man probably has the most tracks per inhabitant or surface area.

The following shows indigenous inhabitant people in Hong Kong.

In July of 1987, an eight-pound baby boy born in Yugoslavia was proclaimed the five billionth inhabitant of Earth.

She died in 1916 as the last inhabitant of the Nishiyama Komyoin.

There are no negroes and not a single objectionable inhabitant.

In July of 1987, an eight-pound baby boy born in Yugoslavia was proclaimed the five billionth inhabitant of Earth.

An inhabitant of Campinas is called a campineiro.36.

The large brown bear is a natural inhabitant of the thick Pine and Cedar forests.

The commune is named after an early inhabitant, Robert Baillif.

The word ??????? (Graekos, Greek) is interpreted as "inhabitant of Graia" by some authors.

The name Pfitz is taken from an inhabitant of one of the prince's fanciful cities, Rreinnstadt.

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