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of or relating to the countryside

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living in or characteristic of farming or country life

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Further, the mean ruralization level is a little over 60% with Malawi being the most rural (84.
We should also focus on the small and medium cities as well as on the parallel process of ruralization.
We should also focus on thesmall and medium cities as well as on the parallel process of ruralization.
Under John, the fine was extensively used as a result of the need to cover further increases in costs, ruralization of the population, and realization of the full feudal levy.
The history of classical antiquity is the history of cities, but of cities founded on landed property and agriculture; Asiatic history is a kind of indifferent unity of town and countryside (the really large cities must be regarded here merely as a royal camp, as a work of artifice [Superfotation] erected over the economic construction proper); the Middle Ages (Germanic period) begins with the land as the seat of history whose further development then moves forward in the contradiction between town and countryside; the modern [age] is the urbanization of the countryside, not ruralization of the city as in antiquity (ibid: 479).
Innovative in this matter, the regime did not hesitate to start its rule with the depopulation of the capital Phnom Penh and the ruralization of all under collectivism.
As a result increasing feminization and ruralization of unemployment has been hallmark of dynamics of employment and the standard of living in 1990.
He first considers the way English identity was established through the countryside as emblematic of England; an association developed through the ruralization of the urban bourgeois within country seats and fox-hunting, the suburban ruralization of the middle class in the early part of the 20th century and the continuing legacy of these developments in rambling clubs, bird watching and rural population growth.