nonurban

nonurban

(ˌnɒnˈɜːbən)
adj
(Human Geography) located or originating in, or characteristic of, the countryside; rural
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E-commerce is also opening the doors to this huge market for companies and farmers, creating millions of jobs in nonurban regions.
Zuniga, also the league's national secretary general, said the mechanism, which alarmed human rights groups and an opposition senator, might not work well in nonurban villages with tighter communities.
Republicans rely on a competing "coalition of restoration" centered on older, blue-collar, nonurban, and evangelical whites most resistant to these same changes.
Urbanicity was determined by the participant's residence in an urban ([greater than or equal to] 50,000 people) or nonurban [urban cluster (10,000-49,999 people) or small town/rural (<10,000 people)] census tract.
The contributions to land-use grids that changed from nonurban (in 1980) to urban (in 2016; N2U) were much stronger than those to grids that were classified as urban in both time periods (U2U), which were closer to the values of urban areas (including N2U and U2U) because of the intense increase in urban surface areas.
In examining data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on health utilization among more than 16 million children and youth enrolled in Medicaid in 2009 and 2010, researchers found that children who lived in nonurban areas were up to 21 percent less likely to be at risk of asthma-related hospitalization, even after accounting for race and ethnicity.
Recent surveillance data showed increased rates of HCV infection among adolescents and adults who are predominantly white, live in nonurban areas, and have a history of injection drug use.
why we even believe that figure will further increase, is because it's the first time in history that we have more people living in cities rather than in a nonurban environment.
The aggregate company is seeking a permit for production and sales of sand and gravel on a 60-acre site in the nonurban and agricultural district.
Furthermore, HCV infections rose slightly after 2000, mirroring epidemiologic reports of outbreaks among young injection drug users in nonurban areas and among men who have sex with men, the researchers said.
During 2006-2012 the incidence of acute HCV infections increased significantly among young people in nonurban areas of the United States (2).
Charters More Effective in Urban Areas and with Minorities (Figure 2) (2a) A Massachusetts study found that the st ate's urban charters produce large learning gains, but in nonurban charters effects are negative.