How many school buses that could have taken them out of the city just sat there, unused, because the * city* government couldn't get their girdle in gear abuot it?
So ˜Istanbul™ denotes one thing, namely the Turkish city, ˜city™ denotes many things, namely all cities, and
_ A town or village so _near_ to a _city_ that it may be used for residence by those doing business in the city.
Rome created the word that denotes this marvellous and monstrous phenomenon, of history, the enormous city, the deceitful source of life and death -- _urbs_ -- _the city_.
The observation of even the miscellaneous objects in a large city leads to a variety of concepts, and in the end, by comparison, to the general notion, _city_.
But now, in regular employment, in a city, -- _their own city_!
This might be all well enough, but the question was, how were these troops, strangers to the city, to find out where "_such parts of the city_" were in which was "_the greatest danger from the rioters_?"
In plain English: "Insert the values $zip, $city, and $state into the columns id, city, and state in the char_zipcode table."
The expression could be something like this it. city = @city OR @city IS NULL
InsertCommand = "INSERT INTO [emp] ([city], [state]) VALUES (@city, @state)"