- n. Plural form of villager.
“The odd thing about him to most of the villagers is his family heritage, his Grandfather being a Druid (for want of a better term).”
“The mountain villagers in Oaxaca keep very much to themselves, are tightly-knit communities (more like families actually).”
““Yi Peng” or full-moon day of second lunar month of Lanna villagers is corresponding to the full-moon day of 12th month of central region during the end of raining season and beginning of cold season when the climate is very nice and fair.”
“But such incidents, Palmer says, don't sway other villagers from a deep belief in witchcraft.”
“The city of 6.5 million was also bloated by busloads of villagers from the countryside pouring in for a glimpse of the twinkling lights showcasing the city's central landmark, Hoan Kiem Lake.”
“The goal is to win villagers 'trust and persuade them not to give sanctuary to militants.”
“Decades ago, before the migration of villagers from the Nile Delta and southern Egypt turned Cairo into a stifling metropolis of 17 million people, public sexual harassment was less prevalent.”
“A problem with finding books for villagers is that they don't know what is available, so a set book, like the Mayor ofCasterbridge, becomes popular simply because it just happens to be there.”
“An investigation team surveyed three crash sites in 2002 after interviewing local villagers from the province.”
“On the other hand, the benefit to the villagers is immense.”
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