RURE

AcronymDefinition
RURERegional and Urban Restructuring in Europe (Vienna, Italy)
RURERose Urban Rural Exchange (Alaska)
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Te Rure's second penalty set the ball rolling, before Elder claimed the most remarkable of tries - breaking a tackle then racing 85 metres to the Cov line without a hand being laid on him.
"It is my hope that through the [RURE] program, our young leaders of tomorrow from our villages and our cities will be able to share their concerns and develop understanding and insight into how best to work together for the future of our state," Stevens stated in an RURE program brochure.
The Latin text uses two strategies to refer to such people: a borrowing from Scots (L opelandense --Sc uplandis man), or a range of lexical counterparts capturing the original Scottish meaning to various extents (L extraneo, foris habitantes, forinseci, rure manencium--Sc uplandis man/men).
CARMEN II Inuisus natalis adest, // qui rure molesto et sine Cerintho // tristis agendus erit Dulcius urbe quid est?
Jokes about "the circle of this forest" (5.4.34), reversing pastoral's customary urbs in rure for rus in urbe, serve not only to raise laughter, define character, and promote a commercially shrewd audience-actor bonding, but to define or christen the theater and its constituency.
Mas adelante, en otra de sus poesias, cuando habla de su cumpleanos, podemos encontrar que es una jovencita, para la que su dies natalis es sumamente importante y su tio Messalla se la ha llevado al "aburrido" campo --"qui rure molesto"--, lejos de la ciudad.
E no seu fazer poetico, ele louva os rios, as pedras cobertas de musgo, os bosques verdejantes, pois neste mundo aprazivel e que se tem a maior felicidade (rure beato).
La enorme difusion experimentada por el monacato, tanto en Oriente como en Occidente, no resulta ajena, por tanto, a la ruralizacion de la sociedad tardoantigua; al menos, es indudable que ambas coinciden en el tiempo y, de hecho, la definicion que la cultura tardorromana da de la villa como urbs in rure le cuadra tambien al monasterio, que--sobre todo en la forma en que seria concebido y organizado por la Regla de san Benito--representa un tipo de unidad de produccion capaz de satisfacer las necesidades de la comunidad que lo habita, estando incluso prevista la posibilidad de comercializacion del excedente de lo que se produce (49).
barbarus: 'barbarus a barba et rure dictus est, quod numquam in urbe vixerit, sed semper ut fera in agris habitasse noscatur.'
Phrases such as Pahl's `urbs in rure' and Connell's `discontinuous suburbs' have, in fact, been around for some time!
Urbs in rure: cultural transformations of the rainforest in modern Brunei.