small town


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Noun1.small town - a community of people smaller than a townsmall town - a community of people smaller than a town
community - a group of people living in a particular local area; "the team is drawn from all parts of the community"
moshav - a cooperative Israeli village or settlement comprised of small farms
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Rostov remembered Sventsyani, because on the first day of their arrival at that small town he changed his sergeant major and was unable to manage all the drunken men of his squadron who, unknown to him, had appropriated five barrels of old beer.
It is very strange," he said, "that you should have come together again in such a country as America, and in a small town too.
In going hither and thither he observed in the outskirts of a small town a red-and-blue placard setting forth the great advantages of the Empire of Brazil as a field for the emigrating agriculturist.
Beyond, the shore, strewed over with these rocks like gravestones, ascended, in form of an amphitheater among mastic-trees and cactus, a sort of small town, full of smoke, confused noises, and terrified movements.
I do not know in the least how Goldsmith's Greece came into my hands, though I fancy it must have been procured for me because of a taste which I showed for that kind of reading, and I can imagine no greater luck for a small boy in a small town of Southwestern Ohio well-nigh fifty years ago.
Our man had successfully traced the lodgekeeper's daughter and her husband to a small town in one of the Western States.
Desired at a feast to touch a lute, he said, He could not fiddle, but yet he could make a small town, a great city.
She described to me a little two-roomed wooden house, in the suburb of some very small town, hiding within the high plank-fence of a yard overgrown with nettles.
According to the Persian's account, Erik was born in a small town not far from Rouen.
The answers were discouraging: There was a strong guard or police force; the Piraeus was a small town, and any stranger seen in it would surely attract attention--capture would be certain.
Hers was that gift of style which is as unmistakable as the gift of song and which, like it, is sometimes to be found unexpectedly in any village or small town.
About the first of August, I made an incursion into the Indian country, with a party of nineteen men, in order to surprise a small town up Sciotha, called Paint-Creek-Town.

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