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Antarctica’s inhabitants number about 1,000 people in winter, and about 2,000 in summer.

There are no rivers or lakes on the islands of Bermuda, so the inhabitants must use rain for water.

The first inhabitants of the village were all killed by disease.

Few people know that during the American revolution, more inhabitants of the American colonies fought for the British than for the revolutionary army.

According to an old myth, the city of London was founded by Brutus the Trojan, who together with his warriors defeated the original inhabitants of Britain, a race of giants.

A Hebrew proverb states that there are three things that attract: a house for its inhabitants, a woman for her spouse, and a bargain for a customer.

The original inhabitants of North America were the native people.

I read somewhere that there is one slot machine in Las Vegas for every eight inhabitants.

Claude Helvetius once said that to limit the press is to insult a nation, and to prohibit reading of certain books is to declare the inhabitants to be either fools or slaves.

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