Earlier this month the Vatican announced the installation of free showers for the homeless in public bathrooms in the city-state.
That city-state rocked in the '90s, and banks sprung up like palm trees.
Yale should learn from the city-state, he and others have argued, not condemn it.
The city-state of Tel Aviv will sleep-party through the end of the two-state solution.
That religion had been closely bound up with the life of the Roman city-state.
Rome was, first and last and all the time, a city-state as Athens and Corinth had been city-states in ancient Hellas.
The chief of these is the Greek idea of the city-state, which reached its highest development in Athens.
Local cults rose into prominence as a city-state or ruling family achieved political ascendancy.
Under the city-state of ancient Greece the individual was subordinated to the life of the community.
On the whole, however, he adhered to the Greek city-state (πόλις), partly perhaps out of patriotism to his own Stagira.