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agist

to provide grazing for another farmer's livestock on a rental basis.
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Therefore, the agist attitudes have serious implications for the ways in which men view themselves and their bodies according to the cultural ideal.
A significant figure of the Berkeley Renaissance in the 1940s and 1950s, Everson was one of those who rebelled agists the strictures of formalism in bringing his word painted images to paper.