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Large places that are often divided into smaller areas.
Regions
Something found in nature; such as weather, plant life, land, and water.
Physical Feature
The buildings, bridges, or roads that people have made for a place.
Human-Made Feature
The plants that grow in a region
Vegetation
A community that is in the city.
Urban

Examples: Baton Rouge, New Orleans
A community that is just outside or close to a city.
Suburb

Examples: Denham Springs is a suburb of Baton Rouge
A setting or community that has to do with the country. It is not a city or near a city. Usually it has large open land.
Rural

Example: Watson was once a rural community.
a part that forms the outside edge of something
border
not real or natural
artificial
small, thin tools used for sewing
needles
a woman's scarf
babushka
leftover bits of cloth
scraps
a loaf of white bread, often braided, that is eaten at Jewish celebrations
challah
being very poor
poverty
a canopy under which Jewish weddings are performed
huppa
a bunch of flowers
bouquet