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rural

(roor′ăl) [L. ruralis, rustic, country]
Pert. to a geographic area (such as a small town or sparsely populated county) where less than 2500 people live.
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If the rurally based scheme can work in Ingwavuma, it can work anywhere.
Jaffee noted that there is controversy among collectors and museum professionals as to why rurally produced items were less sophisticated than their city counterparts.
Waikato DHB is the largest and most rurally dispersed DHB in the country, so any initiatives are lively to be adopted further afield.
Volunteer mentors are absolutely crucial to the success of this project, especially across our area which is one of the most rurally isolated parts of Wales.
Furthermore, private services were not well developed in rural areas, due both to weak purchasing capacity of rural populations and the unwillingness of health professionals to work rurally.
The district's gains in student achievement, including having the highest graduation rates of any large district in the nation, provide evidence in support of your vision that academic achievement is not limited by rurally income, race, or ethnicity.
To meet both their needs, Barry said they'll likely purchase land on the outskirts of the city so she can practice rurally while he commutes to work.
The Great Alaska Catalog people argued that RurAL CAP, to the extent they should be allowed to compete at all, should be restricted to promoting and selling rurally produced products from unknown artists in the bush.
9 percent sales tax on server equipment purchases and installation costs for new rurally located data centers at least 100,000 square feet in size with at least 20,000 square feet dedicated to housing working servers.
One study (21) has shown, for example, that reporting times tend to be shorter in nonacademic and more rurally located institutions.
That is less striking in the West where just 10 percent of Britons, for example, live rurally today.
The picture for rural communities and rurally practising midwives had not been fully quantified.