- semi- + rural. (Wiktionary)
“It would allow birds on any property in a yet-to-be-defined agricultural area, even if there's a house on it, or on any property two acres or larger in other semirural areas.”
“Mr. Romney drew first when his campaign had Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, a semirural stretch of Arizona, record automated calls to Iowa voters last month calling Mr. Perry "part of the illegal-immigration problem.”
“Baxter's semirural, Rust Belt Yoknapatawpha - where many of these stories take place.”
“Most of the stories Carver published before 1971 were domestic or semirural and traditionally realistic.”
“It has sent a shudder of anxiety through a string of semirural communities about 25 minutes outside San Antonio.”
“When Frank Lloyd Wright dreamed up Broadacre City-his utopian idea for semirural metropolises -- he declared the architecture of each should grow out of the character of its region.”
“As in other semirural states -- Missouri and North Carolina come to mind -- Colorado Democrats tend to be conservative Democrats.”
“Most voters in the racially mixed, semirural constituency of Permatang Pauh, where Malays make up about 70% of the electorate, weren't moved by the government's effort to cast Mr. Anwar as someone who would betray Malay interests to pander to Malaysia's minorities.”
“Delight runs a gambling club and discreet parlor house—i.e., a bordello—known as the Dancing Knave on semirural Rivington Street.”
“They had an interest, almost a charm, for Sophy, these semirural people and vehicles moving in an urban atmosphere, leading a life quite distinct from that of the daytime toilers on the same road.”
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