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nonmetropolitan

Definitions

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  • adj. Not metropolitan.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ metropolitan

Examples

  • Those located outside MAs are referred to as nonmetropolitan.

    The Population of the United States

  • It would include poor people in "nonmetropolitan" counties, for whom the costs of having no access to public transportation are extraordinarily high; and the rapidly increasing population of the "oldest old," many of them living in cities that have been built, almost anew, since the 1970s, with little or no public transportation.

    The New York Review of Books

  • It would include poor people in "nonmetropolitan" counties, for whom the costs of having no access to public transportation are extraordinarily high; and the rapidly increasing population of the "oldest old," many of them living in cities that have been built, almost anew, since the 1970s, with little or no public transportation. [

    Can We Transform the Auto-Industrial Society?

  • Underperforming realty shares rose after HDFC Securities published a report saying demand for houses in nonmetropolitan markets remains strong.

    Reliance Drags India Shares Lower

  • Those from nonmetropolitan areas who choose Stern have significantly better Jewish educations than their sisters of a generation ago since they have been the beneficiaries of the proliferation of secondary Jewish schools in every area of the United States.

    Stern College for Women.

  • This was also the last decade when the nonmetropolitan population increased, although it remained larger than the metropolitan population into the 1940s.

    Wild Hypotheses, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • White non-Hispanic immigrants are already even more ready to prefer metropolitan rings and nonmetropolitan destinations.

    The Population of the United States

  • The distribution of each foreign born group by country of birth is shown for regions, by residence in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas, and by urban-rural residence.

    The Population of the United States

  • The urban and rural classification cuts across other divisions; for example, there is generally both urban and rural territory within both metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas.

    The Population of the United States

  • The poverty rate of nonmetropolitan areas (16.8 percent in 1992; see Table 15-27) is significantly higher than that of metropolitan areas (13.9 percent).

    The Population of the United States

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