ruraladjective

  • ja田舎の、地方の
  • enhappening in or relating to the countryside

Examples

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My mom is running for Congress.
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Where does she live?
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In the 5th District of Virginia, which
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is a really important district.
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It has Charlottesville and then a bunch of more rural counties.
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It's huge.
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It's bigger than New Jersey.
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In this old-fashioned tableau of Americana,
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we see familiar patriotic icons that have been symbolically
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shelved or stalled.
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The Abbotts’ old-fashioned, rural life is a reminder
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of an American dream that’s been deferred—
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destroyed by a threat that could stand in
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for any number of existential fears that the country faces.
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In 2006, Pat Rodgers bought Paddy's Pub.
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A former roadhouse bar in the rural town of Pahrump.
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I was the boss.
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My mom owned the bar and ran it for about 9 years.
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Most of rural Kenya
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doesn't have access to electricity.
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This means the evenings are full of darkness.
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Here, families rely on kerosene lamps,
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which are expensive and produce harmful fumes.