One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Thus, ruralization often meant shifting the burden of mass lay-offs in industry from the cities to the countryside.’
- ‘In effect, ruralization should be seen as a phenomenon that affected only some areas within the urban fabric, radically changing the function and structure they had had during the classical period.’
- ‘There is a rather broad consensus concerning the idea of an early medieval ‘interlude’ marked by a general ‘ruralization’ of the economy.’
- ‘But the eighteenth century has been described as an age of ‘ruralization’ or ‘territorialization’ of crafts.’
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