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

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Telemedicine is integrated to enhance delivery of care, enabling the rurally located patients and the system's specialty clinicians to securely connect and eliminate distance barriers.
"I truly believe that the school's partnership with such a premier local business only enhances the opportunities available to our students in this rurally isolated part of Cheshire."
"There is also a lack of long-term care facilities and a health-care system that hasn't been refined to suit the needs of Saudis -- especially those who live rurally and don't know how to access services provided for them by the government," she said.
My role is to provide this support rurally as many people I support have no transport and no internet so are really disadvantaged, being so far away from services which are centralised."
The honey sold at APE Seoul is also of different colors, because the bees pollinate from different types of plants, bringing in different flavors and colors, unlike rurally cultivated ones that are only exposed to one type of plant.
niamunna1 We have tickets and cannot attend the show because we live rurally and are totally snowed in.
A.: Azerbaijan's government recognizes the agriculture sector as key to ensuring food security, and providing jobs and income for about 40 percent of the population who live rurally. The sector can also play a key role in boosting non-oil growth.
The charity relies heavily on volunteers and takes the elderly, the disabled, those who find it difficult or unable to use public transport and those who are rurally isolated out and about.
Islamic digital corporate banking offers accessibility and convenience for all, particularly for those businesses based rurally.
It claimed the training and recruitment of medical staff is at crisis point in many parts of Wales, particularly in rural and north Wales, and that a rurally based medical school is a vital part of an all-Wales approach to tackling the problem.
Rurally registered people often own shares in local enterprises and development schemes that a migrant's registration transfer to the city would threaten.