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RURAL. That which relates to the country, as rural servitudes. See Urban.

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Elgin City North councillor Paula Coy said: "Asking people who are very often at their most vulnerable to travel such a distance is a disgrace, add to that the rurality of Moray and it's going to be an impossible task for some." Full story: Page 5
Through his sharp analysis of the ways in which the drug war--and meth itself--comes alive as a monster animated by media and cultural production and unleashed by police power, Linnemann makes it clear that the drug war is equal parts Freudian death drive and revanchist, classed, and racialized political police violence, and that both are routinely enacted on the social and material landscapes of rurality. In particular, his interviews with the police that patrol the rural Midwest, a place mythically configured by meth--and here the book is clear: the enemy of police in the drug war is as much myth as it is meth--reveal the racial and class-based violence of police.
Awareness is amplified when discussing issues related to rurality and First Nations Peoples.
In reply to her "rurality" point, independence will not change this even though the SNP are in favour of increased immigration.
The Stirling team was also commended for the implementation of a 'Rurality Champion' who helps to make SDS services more accessible to rural customers.
The rurality of North Tyneside has taken a real battering over my lifetime and the Unitary plan only safeguards our remaining green areas for another 14 years.
"Rurality brings about an additional set of challenges for people affected by dementia.
Poisson regression was used to model rate ratios stratified by age, sex, rurality, and transportation type, as well as rate ratios per licensed driver, vehicles registered and miles travelled.
Minnesota and North Dakota are rapidly aging states that face unique needs because of the rurality of our region.