semiurban

semiurban

(ˌsɛmɪˈɜːbən)
adj
(Anthropology & Ethnology) partly urban; between urban and rural; somewhat but not wholly characteristic of urban areas
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Geographical location was defined as consisting of three categories, namely urban (mainly city and suburban neighbourhoods), semiurban (mainly 'township' neighbourhoods outside the main cities or towns) and rural (growing up on a farm).
An epidemiological study of health and nutrition status of under five children in semiurban community of Gujarat: Estimating child mortality due to Diarrhoea in developing countries.
However, we were interested to learn that those students at residential or non-residential semiurban campuses who used buses did try and use their commute time for studying.
The Population Study of Urban, Rural and Semiurban regions for the Detection of Endovascular Disease and Prevalence of Risk Factors and Holistic Intervention Study (PURSE-HIS) was designed to examine the prevalence of CVD and risk factors in Tamil Nadu, India.
Prevalence of malnutrition among under five children in a semiurban area in Kottayam, Kerala.
Nutritional status of semiurban Nigerian school children using 2007 WHO reference population.
from nonhuman primates) occupied basal positions on phylogenetic trees of those serotypes, which suggested that each DENV serotype evolved separately in sylvatic settings before later, independent, cross-species transmission to humans in urban and semiurban settings (5,6).
During the last few decades there has been a large increase in the number of vehicles in most urban and semiurban areas in the region (Romero-Lankao 2007; CEPAL 2010; Gallego et al.
Determinants of place of delivery among women in a semiurban settlement in Zaria, northern Nigeria.