She has a new vision of developing rural entrepreneurial centers in 100 villages across Afghanistan.
The war was fought in villages, on farmland, in cities, and through homes.
Communities were spilt into smaller and smaller units, while signs in villages warned against speaking Circassian in public areas.
villages and farming are also the heart and soul of Palestine.
As a result, disaster struck dozens of villages and small towns.
The sepulchers are not perpetual, as their villages are only permanent for some years, as long as the wood lasts.
All those who could get away from Starigrad were taking refuge in the villages.
villages were frequent and the natives friendly, till the Manyuema themselves were reached.
There were no towns or villages, but most of the houses stood in the midst of plantations.
But many of the peasants in Maximof's villages were of opinion that the Barin's fate was well deserved.
late 14c., "inhabited place larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town," from Old French village "houses and other buildings in a group" (usually smaller than a town), from Latin villaticum "farmstead" (with outbuildings), noun use of neuter singular of villaticus "having to do with a farmstead or villa," from villa "country house" (see villa). Village idiot is recorded from 1907.
(Judg. 5:7, 11). The Hebrew word thus rendered (perazon) means habitations in the open country, unwalled villages (Deut. 3:5; 1 Sam. 6:18). Others, however, following the LXX. and the Vulgate versions, render the word "rulers."