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a rural idiom or expression

a rural characteristic or trait

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Pruitt, Population Loss, LEGAL RURALISM BLOG (last visited Apr.
With escalating commands to 'eat local' inevitably overlapping with 'buy British' campaigns, Britain's 'localised' foodscape increasingly combines patriotic iconography with romantic ruralism in its appeals to collective harmony.
There are plenty of family crossovers and estate cars out there with full-time all wheel drive which return good economy figures while being able to cope with poor weather, crumbling roads and a bit of light ruralism.
There are plenty of family crossovers and estate cars out there with full-time all-wheel drive which return good economy figures while being able to cope with poor weather, crumbling roads and a bit of light ruralism.
While many of his works take place in what critics and readers outside the South would term a regional ruralism, many, if not most of his novels and stories concern the decidedly nonrural space of Jefferson as well as major cities and capitals.
28) Revolutionary nationalism played a crucially important part in the radicalisation of nationalist ideology; this was defined by patriarchalism, traditionalism, ruralism and xenophobia and was based on the belief that the nationalist state and democracy could not coexist.
AOUE, The Rural Face of Homelessness, Legal Ruralism Blog, (Sept.
Ryan's threat to dispossess belied the cosy ruralism of government propaganda.
Delicately avoiding the pitfalls of condescending ruralism and wide-eyed optimism, German writer-director Veit Helmer delivers a graceful film that entertains and touches.
Liaudisko stiliaus kaviniu bumas, priskirtinas "naujojo kaimietiskumo" (new ruralism (Cuthbert 2006: 122--126)) apraiskoms, rodytu ir pirmuosius perversiskus paveldo industrijos Lietuvoje pozymius.
According to the historian and food activist Tristram Stuart, author of The Bloodless Revolution: A Cultural History of Vegetarianism from 1600 to Modern Times (2007), in the 1650s Browne, Evelyn and the natural philosopher Robert Boyle had proposed a kind of Royalist commune focused on gardening as a counterhlast to the radical ruralism of the Levellers.
The simplicity and purity and neutrality are the fundamental of ruralism.
Her criticism of Santa Eulalia's ruralism as "too suffocating" is not available to immigrants like Patricia with children, more willing to submit themselves to geographic relocation for the sake of ensuring their legal status.
In this costumbrista novel, Alonso succeeds in highlighting criollo ruralism and also the concern with the educational system by displacing the values of the wealthy, a labor continued by Zeno Gandia with issues that still affected the island half a century later.
The Tory ruralism and localism agenda isn't just backing agriculture but "spelling out the value of farming to the nation".