nonrural

nonrural

(ˌnɒnˈrʊərəl)
adj
not rural; urban
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This discrepancy is attributed to a difference between rural and nonrural patients in type of insurance coverage.
And when most nonrural voters lived in, rather than around, cities, the electorates for city police chiefs and mayors largely overlapped with that for county prosecutors and judges.
Breast and Cervical Carcinoma Screening Practices among Women in Rural and Nonrural Areas of the United States, 1998-1999.
Over 70 percent of ICUs were located in a nonrural setting and thus were more likely to be part of an IPPS hospital, thereby mitigating the potential bias.
In the United States, researchers have applied his model to depression in African American women (Waite & Killian, 2009), depression in older Hispanics (Sadule-Rios, Tappen, Williams, & Rosselli, 2014), and postpartum depression in nonrural women (Ugarriza, 2002).
In 1910, the average length of the school term in rural schools in Texas was 117 days compared to 160 days in nonrural schools" (Clegg 1997, XXVIII).
Country Nonrural Nonrural Rural Rural Total number percent number percent Botswana 624 67.
012) listing 12 factors to evaluate the role of noncommercial harvests and identify rural and nonrural areas.
The aims of the exploratory survey were to 1) determine chemical disaster preparedness and response related to planning, resources, contact information, and basic collaboration and coordination with chemical stakeholders; 2) evaluate differences in rural and nonrural CHDs and environmental health's chemical disaster preparedness; and 3) identify the perceived roles and responsibilities of the environmental health administrators.
6) Previous research has found that rural households are more likely to participate in LIHEAP than nonrural households (Higgins and Lutzenhiser 1995), but rosearch on food insecurity finds no difference in levels for rural households (Mykerezi and Mills 2010; Yen et al.
232) Under the amended statute, the Kenai Peninsula was not classified as rural because it had amenities common to nonrural areas, such as shopping centers and grocery stores.