Adjective : rural tranquillity. ,the rural population. ,rural economy. From Dictionary.com.
The current trend toward urban living is accompanied by a new ruralism and new suburbs. From Wordnik.com. [Your Right Hand Thief] Reference
The Khmer Rouge insisted on ruralism, with an economy based only on crafts and traditional agriculture. From Wordnik.com. [Cambodia: Revisiting the Killing Fields] Reference
They tap into an emerging farmland-preservation movement dubbed "new ruralism," a counterpart to the new urbanism philosophy that promotes dense, walkable neighborhoods. From Wordnik.com. [Selling History by the Square Foot] Reference
In this regard, the Prime Minister said that all the technicians should be placed in accordance with the needs of the country, and he said: "We must promote a minimum of urbanism and a maximum of ruralism.". From Wordnik.com. [CASTRO SPEAKS TO FRANK PAIS MARCHERS] Reference
Critical questions about this unknown quantity are being beaten back for now with counter charges of sexism, ruralism, familyism and anything else the McCain camp can throw into the blame-the-media strategy. From Wordnik.com. [Peggy Drexler: Big Night for the Republican's New Alpha Girl. But What Now?] Reference
In addition to being a proscribed ethnic group by the government, the Chinese were predominantly city-dwellers, making them vulnerable to the Khmer Rouge's revolutionary ruralism. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion] Reference
For a large part of Carpenter's legacy was the socialist inclination for a primitivist, Arts and Crafts ruralism that would find its most celebrated outlet in the Garden City movement. From Wordnik.com. [Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk] Reference
While scholars often emphasize traditionalism, ruralism, and antistatism as the dominant factors of Quebec's political culture prior to the 1960s, some Quebecois embraced progressivism early in the 20th century. From Wordnik.com. [Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]] Reference
He had taken the train a few days after this from a station — as well as to a station — selected almost at random; such days, whatever should happen, were numbered, and he had gone forth under the impulse — artless enough, no doubt — to give the whole of one of them to that French ruralism, with its cool special green, into which he had hitherto looked only through the little oblong window of the picture-frame. From Wordnik.com. [The Ambassadors] Reference
He had taken the train a few days after this from a station -- as well as to a station -- selected almost at random; such days, whatever should happen, were numbered, and he had gone forth under the impulse -- artless enough, no doubt -- to give the whole of one of them to that French ruralism, with its cool special green, into which he had hitherto looked only through the little oblong window of the picture-frame. From Wordnik.com. [The Ambassadors] Reference
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