Our interviews indicate that holding land itself is not the only potential special benefit of rural registration since developed land may also yield benefits to rurally
We identified midwives who lived and/ or worked rurally
by the Territorial Local Authority (TLA) domicile they stated in the survey and placed alongside their main worktype in the spreadsheet from Midwifery Council.
What ought a rurally
located school do with such creatures as "bright rednecks"?
Rob O'Gorman is a former wilderness instructor/guide, and recently completed graduate studies through the University of Wales, He lives rurally
with his family in the Lanark Highlands of eastern Ontario.
located on a working vineyard just eight miles from Florence, the old Tuscan farmhouse has been converted into three charming apartments' Lorenza is available from July 22, and August 19 and 26 and Letizia August 19 and 26' both sleep four and prices start from pounds 643pw excluding flights.
Juan, an illegal immigrant roofer, is more likely to be a rurally
reared Mexican, young (hence less experienced), with poor English language skills, and working for a subcontractor who skimps on safety measures and cheats on payroll obligations and the workers' compensation insurer.
Yoder even suggests that Christians committed to nonviolence, particularly those who are rurally
and evangelically oriented, are not fully honest about the ways they are also happy in the world.
Further developing the sector is particularly attractive as the flower industry is rurally
based and helps to alleviate urban drift, while contributing substantially to poverty alleviation in the countryside.
gt; Winning the jury Special Mention was a total bonus and we are so happy that the requested permission to award Clara a special prize that they don' rurally
Today's most successful farmers aren't just farmers--they're also businesspeople who get the most bang for their buck through investments in rurally
located value-added ventures.
Economic diversity has been helped and encouraged through rurally
targeted schemes such as Vocational Training and Rural Enterprise.
Other landmarks around town include the state's first Confederate monument, dedicated in 1871; Liberty Presbyterian Church, which sewed as a wartime hospital for both Union and Confederate soldiers; the more rurally
located Ebenezer Baptist Church, considered the oldest active Baptist congregation in Mississippi; and a host of elegant antebellum homes--perhaps the most of any town in the state, according to Taylor.