He grew up outside Boston in rural New England, adopted by white parents, and was one of the only brown-skinned kids in the area.
Rick cleaned up in the rural parts of the state, while Romney again showed his greatest strength in suburban and urban areas.
Any attention the video gets is a great way to highlight LGBTQ awareness in a rural Southern state.
“We are a rural community,” said Brawley police chief Mark Gillmore.
In rural schools, Tuli says, textbooks are often locked up after school, to keep them from being lost, stolen, or ruined.
Its social life is infinitely complex, as compared with the rural village.
One would like to be favoured with a specimen of this kind of rural oratory.
Let the rural cantons bear in mind how Soleure and Friburg fought by their side, and received them freely into the confederacy.
But at this moment the rural guard seized him by the collar.
We often hear the expression, "the rural community," but where do we find rural communities?
early 15c., from Old French rural (14c.), from Latin ruralis "of the countryside," from rus (genitive ruris) "open land, country," from PIE *reue- "to open; space" (see room (n.)).
In early examples, there is usually little or no difference between the meanings of rural and rustic, but in later use the tendency is to employ rural when the idea of locality (country scenes, etc.) is prominent, and rustic when there is a suggestion of the more primitive qualities or manners naturally attaching to country life. [OED]Related: Rurally.