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(Table 12) Homogamous matches are preponderant among women with high school or lower education: 55% for those without any schooling, 65% for those with primary grades and 58%

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In summary, this research described the views of male and female Filipino youth residing in rural and urban areas who are 13 to 21 years old who participated in seven focus

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In the rural areas of north Sweden, with a large proportion of older people, access to caregiver support services is limited. Availability is dependent on the

• Fare-free public transit services are typically found in three different categories of com- munities: (1) small urban areas with relatively modest ridership and large rural areas

Table 18: Sources of aquifer recharge in urban areas with implications for groundwater quality 140 Table 19: Summary of the groundwater monitoring networks in the Cape Flats area