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1. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.

2. Although most small towns and villages had not suffered as much damage, the destruction of transportation left them economically isolated.

3. While Mozambique recognizes International Fathers' Day on June 16 in most small towns they consider Father's day to be just about every Friday.

4. From the outset, public road planners intended US 66 to connect the main streets of rural and urban communities along its course for the most practical of reasons: most small towns had no prior access to a major national thoroughfare.

5. Like most small towns, the advent of the automobile and mechanization brought a gradual change as larger stores and factories became easily accessible and previously plentiful manual labor jobs decreased.

6. Much of Clovis architecture is indistinguishable from the group of styles prevalent throughout most small towns and suburbs since the 1930s.

7. By the 1970s the Selfridge population started going down as did the population of most small towns.

8. The Sage Hill development prides itself on many things, one of which is the fact that the neighborhood drinks more beer in one weekend than most small towns do in a year!

9. This is a major speed trap, as are most small towns along this highway, beware.

10. Long before most small towns thought of supplying their citizens with water, Walcott had plans for an efficient and adequate water system.

11. Due to its nature as a commuting town, Fritch differs from most small towns in the region, which rely more on agriculture as their economic base.

12. Historically, most small towns in the province had a Chinese Café on their main streets, and Canadian-Chinese cuisine remains an important food.

13. In Eastern Colorado most small towns have their own schools and sports teams, but in some parts where depopulation has been the worst, a single school is shared among surrounding towns.

14. Most small towns and villages in Canada have at least one Legion Hall.

15. This is being done in most small towns and a few mid-sized cities because it is cheaper to rewire an existing fixture rather than buying completely new ones.

16. Such laws were enforced in most small towns and rural areas, but not in New York's larger cities, where political machines controlled the police and the courts.

17. In the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, they make up 12% of the population, in Lithuania's third largest city Klaipėda no more than 19%. Other Lithuanian cities, including the second-largest city Kaunas, have lower percentages of Russians, while in most small towns and villages there are very few Russians (with the exception of Visaginas).

18. In most small towns in Western Canada, the Chinese "café" was the first restaurant established, and often the only one.

19. Sanary's coastline has a number of small beaches and, unlike most small towns on the Mediterranean coast, it is an active village all year round.

20. Most small towns were either on the system or a station was located nearby.

21. Ruth experiences a semi-arid climate (Bsk) with hot summers and cold winters, typical of most small towns in the Great Basin.

22. Back when there were over 230 independent soda factories across New Zealand, most small towns made their own local soda, and so the Foxton Fizz factory started up its machines in 1918, bringing their fizz to Foxton.

23. But Meadows boasted a passenger railway stop, a luxury of the time that most small towns did not have.

24. In devising the backstory for the film's villain, Michael Myers, Carpenter drew on "haunted house" folklore that exists in many small American communities: "Most small towns have a kind of haunted house story of one kind or another," he stated.

25. The federation recognised that in rural areas, most small towns and villages had some building workers, but there were not enough in any particular trade to form a branch of one of the affiliated unions.

26. As with most small towns in eastern Montana, Ingomar existed primarily as a retail trade center for farm and ranch settlers in the immediate vicinity.

27. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.