village

  1. a community of people smaller than a town
  2. a settlement smaller than a town
  3. a mainly residential district of Manhattan; `the Village' became a home for many writers and artists in the 20th century

Village

• (n.) A small assemblage of houses in the country, less than a town or city.
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village

(from the article `political system`) The village has traditionally been contrasted with the city: the village is the home of rural occupations and tied to the cycles of agricultural ... [21 related articles]
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village

small town noun a community of people smaller than a town
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Village

[magazine] Village is an Irish current affairs magazine founded by Vincent Browne. It was launched in October 2004 and was published weekly. On 27 November 2008, it was relaunched under a new editor Michael Smith, a former investor in the magazine, and published by Ormond Quay Publishing Limited. It is currently published on a bimonthly bas...
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Village

[Nebraska] =Summary= =Licensing= ...
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Village

[New Jersey] A Village in the context of New Jersey local government, refers to one of five types and one of eleven forms of municipal government. The Village Act of 1891 defined the form of government to consist of a five-member board of trustees to be elected to three-year staggered terms. One member serves as president, one member serves...
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Village

[Oregon] A village in the U.S. state of Oregon is a model of local governance that {As of|2006|lc=on} only exists in Clackamas County. Like villages elsewhere, it is a subnational entity; like New York`s villages, the definition is unique to a state (at the moment, to one county in a state). Villages in Oregon are in addition to hamlets in ...
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Village

[Pennsylvania] A Village in Pennsylvania is a geographic area within a larger political subdivision, usually a Township, although some villages are located within a Borough. Often, a village is also a census-designated place, but this is not always the case. ==Geographic area== Villages in Pennsylvania are very often loosely defined by loca...
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Village

[Taiwan] Villages are the fourth level administrative subdivisions of Taiwan. It is the basic unit of Taiwanese administrative subdivision; under townships, county-controlled cities or districts. There are two types of villages depending on the divisions it belongs to and the population it contains. ==Structuring and Sizing== The history of...
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Village

[United States] In the United States, the meaning of `village` varies by geographic area and legal jurisdiction. In many areas, `village` is a term, sometimes informal, for a type of administrative division at the local government level. Since the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution makes local government for the most part a m...
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Village

[Vermont] In the U.S. state of Vermont, villages are named communities located within the boundaries of an incorporated town. Villages may be incorporated or unincorporated. An incorporated village is a defined area within a town that was either granted a village charter by a special act of the legislature, or organized under the general la...
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Village

[ward] Village is an electoral ward of Trafford, Greater Manchester, covering the eastern part of the village of Timperley, including the Village Centre, and part of Brooklands. Its electoral history since 1973 is as follows: ...
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Village

Vil'lage noun [ French, from Latin villaticus belonging to a country house or villa. See Villa , and confer Villatic .] A small assemblage of houses in the country, less than a town or city. Village cart , a kind of two-wheeled pleasure carriage without a top. ...
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village

village, small rural population unit, held together by common economic and political ties. Based on agricultural production, a village is smaller than a town and has been the normal unit of community living in most areas of the world throughout history.Sections in this article:IntroductionThe Villag...
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village

[n] - a settlement smaller than a town 2. [n] - a community of people smaller than a town
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