country dweller

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country dweller

ncampagnolo/a
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The 40th anniversary edition of the popular The Encyclopedia of Country Living packs in over 2,000 recipes and 1,500 mail order sources and is a top pick for nay modern country dweller or homesteader interested in growing foods, cooking from scratch, and developing techniques to live off the land.
This simple, pure movement helps me reset my operating system from wound-up urbanite to garden-tending country dweller.
Formerly a country dweller, many magpies have adapted to inner cities.
Although the Poor Richard of the early almanacs is a dim-witted and foolish astronomer, he was soon replaced by Franklin's famous Poor Richard, a country dweller, dutifully pious, quiet, and rather dull, who is a rich source of prudent and witty aphorisms on the value of thrift, hard work, and the simple life.
At the same time, the citizenship enjoyed by the ancient country dweller brought him to the city and placed him on a different footing than that of the medieval peasant.
The word 'pagan' comes from the Latin paganus meaning country dweller.
However, as a mother, pet owner and country dweller, I know that practicality is also important.
Let me declare straight away that on this subject I am neutral and by this I mean that if I were a country dweller whose hens were at the mercy of Reynard, I would be there outside the Red Lion, sipping port and slapping horses backsides while urging: "Have a great ride, Jeremy.
Any country dweller will, I'm sure, know how much work there is to do on the farm in the summer, and weekends are no exception.
DUMPED tyres are proving a major headache for a country dweller.
spade, James admits he is still torn between being a city dweller or a country dweller.