Small Village

Some articles on village, small village, villages, small:

Petz: Dogz 2 And Catz 2 - Wii and PS2 Versions - Places
... Dolphin Coast (the village's beach with a fishing dock, a ship with lighthouse, and fields with prairie dogs) Lonesome Park (a large dry area that is known to have many whirlwinds ...
Cross Roads, West Yorkshire
... with Lees or Cross Roads cum Lees, is a small village which lies on the main A629 road between the village of Haworth and the town of Keighley in West Yorkshire, England ... Lees is a small village which is often claimed to be part of the Cross Roads village - the 'Cross Roads Fish Chips Shop', for example, is in Lees ... However, officially Lees is recognised as a small village, separate but connected to Cross Roads under the Cross Roads cum Lees name ...
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University - Environmental Awareness CDs As Open Access
... Nanashi is a small village with a population of around 2500 ... The second batch running over the next three months was also implemented at this village ... Harsul is also a small village having a population of 3500 ...
Buena Vista (Miami) - History
... In the 1890s, Buena Vista was a small village whose founding and growth paralleled Miami's ... The area known as Buena Vista was once a small village adjoining, but not within the corporate limits of Miami proper ... pioneer Lemon City, a town located a little further north, the small village of Buena Vista dates its birth, development, and growth along with Miami’s ...
... Allanton is the given name of several towns and villages ... In Scotland Allanton, Scottish Borders is a small village in the Scottish Borders lying between Duns and Berwick-upon-Tweed Allanton, Dumfries and Galloway is a small ...

Famous quotes containing the words village and/or small:

    A village seems thus, where its able-bodied men are all plowing the ocean together, as a common field. In North Truro the women and girls may sit at their doors, and see where their husbands and brothers are harvesting their mackerel fifteen or twenty miles off, on the sea, with hundreds of white harvest wagons, just as in the country the farmers’ wives sometimes see their husbands working in a distant hillside field. But the sound of no dinner-horn can reach the fisher’s ear.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We must remain as close to the flowers, the grass, and the butterflies as the child is who is not yet so much taller than they are. We adults, on the other hand, have outgrown them and have to lower ourselves to stoop down to them. It seems to me that the grass hates us when we confess our love for it.—Whoever would partake of all good things must understand how to be small at times.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)