In, relating to, or characteristic of the countryside rather than the town,
In, relating to, or characteristic of the countryside rather than the town
remote rural areas
living in or characteristic of farming or country life; "rural people"; "large rural households"; "unpaved rural roads"; "an economy that is basically rural"
of or relating to the countryside as opposed to the city; "rural electrification"; "rural free delivery"
(rurally) in a rural manner
Rural areas are large and isolated areas of an open country with low population density. The terms "countryside" and "rural areas" are not synonyms: a "countryside" refers to rural areas that are open. A forest, wetlands, etc. with a low population density is not a countryside.
The term rurals is used as an expression of different rural areas as not being defined. Many authors involved in mental health research in rural areas, stress the importance of steering clear of inflexible blanket definitions of rurality (Philo, 2003), and to instead "select definitions of ...
(The Rurals) The Rurals are a deep house collective from Devon, England. DJ/producer Andy Compton heads up the group alongside wife, Marie "Tweek" . They have been producing music since 1995 and have an extensive discography. ...
pertaining to less-populated, non-urban areas
An area outside of an established urban area or metropolitan district.
A term used to describe a property's location. For example, rural properties are in remote locations, on non-paved roads, or streets with support services more than 10 miles away. Rural is also a term used to describe areas that are not within a city.
Route uses roads on which other traffic is the minimal. Riders should expect uncontrolled intersections, infrequent cross streets and cross traffic, single travel lanes in the same direction, and support services (gas stations, quick marts, police) to be generally unavailable.
a parish with 100,000 or fewer residents or a city with 25,000 or fewer residents.
All areas not classified by the Census Bureau as urban are defined as rural and generally include places of less than 2,500 persons.
The Bureau of the Census defines the rural population (in contrast to urban) as all persons living in the open country, plus those in places of less than 2,500 inhabitants that are beyond the densely settled (1,000 or more persons per square mile) suburban fringes of metropolitan cities. ...
Households not located within Metropolitan Statistical Areas as defined by the U.S. Office of Management
Areas outside the boundaries of urban areas.
is a driving cycle (outside of cities, but not on highways).
Territory, population and housing units not classified as urban. "Rural" classification cuts across other hierarchies and can be in metropolitan or non-metropolitan areas.
Districts with no population centers in excess of one thousand persons and characterized by sparse widespread populations.
An incorporated place or Census Designated Place with a population less than 25,000 and greater than 2,500 and located outside a CMSA or MSA. Also any incorporated place, Census Designated Place, or non-place territory designated as rural by the Census Bureau.
Campestral artwork, that is pieces relating to the countryside and simpler things, as opposed to rural metropolises. Themes include farms, plains, and other places outside of towns.
A learner resides in a place with a population of less than 2,500 that is not near any metropolitan area with a population greater than 50,000 or in a city with adjacent areas of high density.
Or or related to a small town or countryside.
DOMESTIC WATER The rural domestic category includes water uses for domestic needs, stock watering, yard irrigation, etc., of individual homes, farms or ranches, and rural centers with a population of typically less than about 250 people.
(Population) Rural is a type of area concept rather than a specific area outlined on a map. As defined by the Census Bureau, an urban population comprises all persons living in urbanized areas (UA's) and in places 2,500 or more inhabitants outside UA's. ...