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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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Meanwhile, the reporter indicated that army units operating in the northern countryside retaliated to the attacks through bombarding the areas from where the shells were fired as a number of rocket launching pads were destroyed and a number of terrorists were killed and others were injured.
This is an amazing contribution from a local company and an innovative way to support the Children's Countryside Day.
Countryside Alliance chief executive Tim Bonner said: "Only in looking back can we see how far the rural movement has come.
North Wales Police's rural crime unit has already launched Operation Flock to reduce the number of incidents across the region and aims to educate and raise awareness of the issue and encourage dog owners to think and act responsibly when they visit the countryside.
According to Stutzman, Countryside strives to provide an experience to its customers.
On a closet shelf I have a box of letters from Countryside readers offering friendship and support while I was going through a difficult time.
The partnership aims to give every schoolchild the opportunity to learn about food, farming and countryside topics in diverse ways, including experiences outside and inside the classroom.
Also on Thursday, the Syrian army killed the commander of the terrorists' operations room in Homs countryside, reports said Thursday.
Countryside Alliance regional director Simon Hamlyn said: "People living in Yorkshire have really thrown themselves into the spirit of the Countryside Alliance Awards.
The letter comes before tomorrow's launch of a major push to save England's countryside by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
For decades the countryside has been shielded by planning policies that urge using previously developed "brownfield" sites first.