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The science of taming the land to grow crops and raise animals for food, clothing or other products.


the cultivation of the soil for any aspect of farming or horticulture.
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We salute all of those involved in the ideation, funding, development and all of the other activities it required to honor this remarkable agriculturalist.
Fernando is an older working-class Osa agriculturalist in La Palma, who grows cacao in his home yard.
He was a brilliant man in everything he did, whether it be a lawyer (he was a graduate of Harvard), a soldier, a politician, or an agriculturalist.
Further, not only does Thoreau anticipate our contemporary divide on activist versus agriculturalist land use, but he also clearly indicates the depth and permanence of the division through the split between Thoreau the narrator and Thoreau the writer.
She is a former Peace Corps volunteer in Niger and currently works as a New Jersey farmer, with an itch to return to Africa as an agriculturalist.
The ink was hardly dry on the Dayton peace treaty that brought the Bosnian war to an end when agriculturalist Paul Craig made his first visit to the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, in 1995.
An internationally respected agriculturalist, economist, and author, a former Secretary of Agriculture and Vice President during Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal, Wallace left the Democratic Party to mount his 1948 campaign for the Presidency because, he argued, the Democratic and Republican parties had both fallen under the influence of Wall Street.
Leopold wrote 40 of the "how-to" pieces about game management in "A Landowner's Conservation Almanac" (Part I) between 1938 and 1942 for the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer, a popular farm newspaper.
Sergio Vercellino, a resident of Vagliumina (Biella) and an agriculturalist, I cut, with a scythe, about 3 square metres of grass.
In the 1980s, freelance agriculturalist Don Freepons of Kennewick, Wash.
The studies in Uganda compared Twa hunter-gatherers to their agriculturalist neighbors, the Bakiga.
The Grade II Listed memorial is one of a pair dedicated in 1861 to former Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire and a Justice of Peace Thomas Hartshorne, who was a famous agriculturalist and a well respected local figure.

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