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09-22-2004, 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted by crossxcheck
my point is that every city has a significantly larger population if you count urban/surrounding areas.
yes, of course - however, as far as ranking goes - when comparing urban areas, it shuffles the list...therefore, some do move down (with a smaller urban contingent, yet a significantly larger city populace)

for example...San Jose is ranked 30th as a city...but, the urban # has SJ in the 78th slot

Calgary also drops from 31st to 84th...

oh yeah, and... NHL 9:15 "Thou shalt not contract"

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