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- n. A farmer; one involved with agrarian business.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An agriculturist (which is the preferred form.)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as agriculturist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil
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The Commercial informs me that the flower of the prairie rose is a thermometer by which the knowing "agriculturalist" (he means "farmer") can tell whether the land has an exposure to the early summer and late autumn frosts.
He is an "agriculturalist" who has taught an adult education class at the U. or A., but mainly appears to survive by selling books and giving after-dinner talks.
Ariel Dorfman, urban agriculturalist at non-profit New Orleans Food and Farm Network, said, victory gardens abounded in the 1940's, but city farming waned in the 50's.
An avid agriculturalist, London highly valued his ranch, and you can learn how he transformed a useless patch of ground into his own version of paradise.
That is, until we realize what any gardener or agriculturalist could tell of--that it is the compost made from dead things that makes possible the next season's growth and our own nourishment.
Sir Joseph was also an improving agriculturalist with extensive estates in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.
The chairman of Actelion Ltd., who trained as an agriculturalist, compares himself to a frugal farmer.
The film, about the autistic author and agriculturalist of the title, won five Emmys – a great result for the British producer, Alison Owen, who is the mother of singer Lily Allen.
Mr. Mukherjee said Friday the budget was for "the farmer, the agriculturalist, the entrepreneur and the investor."
Through the nonprofit organization he founded, agriculturalist Will Allen has dedicated himself to creating sustainable community farms in urban areas.
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