agroindustrial love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of or relating to the production or supply of various needs, such as water or power, for agriculture and industry.

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Examples

  • Armenia has since switched to small-scale agriculture and away from the large agroindustrial complexes of the Soviet era.

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  • Much of the foothills of Mount Cameroon are the property of the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), a parastatal agroindustrial institution in process of privatization.

    Mount Cameroon and Bioko montane forests

  • Agriculture transformed from an agroecosystem culture of relatively self-sufficient communities to an agroindustrial culture of many separate, distant actors linked by global markets.

    An Introduction to Ecological Economics~ Chapter 2

  • The areas voting from pink to red are the areas of a more agrarian nature, more afraid of change, of old economical tradition now in trouble the old mining North, the South West far from European buzz, except for the resort areas all voting blue, agroindustrial Brittany.

    French Legislative elections: snatching defeat from the jaws of victory

  • He said Zimbabwe is also preparing a major agroindustrial fair

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Particularly visible were the extensive land and agroindustrial holdings of the Somozas, who had held political power for more than four decades.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • The latter are part of the regional cultural heritage; they are well known and accepted by consumers and consequently provide an appropriate basis for development of a local food industry, which not only preserves the agricultural produce but also stimulates and supports agroindustrial development.

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  • The use of agroindustrial residues and other wastes to produce fermented foods and feeds can optimize indigenous resources, increase the availability of nutritious products, and reduce pollution problems.

    Chapter 4

  • They also participate in the activities of the agroindustrial centre on the university campus which provides training and support to small local agroindustries, such as soy milk, fruit juice, and chocolate production.

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  • They joined millions of small land plots and ended up building large agroindustrial complexes.

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