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- n. One who favours or advocates extension.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who favors or advocates extension.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who favors extension or expansion of any kind; an expansionist.
I am a professional life-extensionist and liberty promoter who practices what I and husband, Paul Wakfer, encourage.
Emmanuel Soko in Tanzania is an extensionist working with Fr. Rupper, who has frequently written and shared seeds.
Dr. Campbell, researcher and state extensionist for tropical fruit in Florida, has been the source of other information in these pages.
They take home seeds of moringa (M. oleifera) and leucaena (L. leucocephala) for planting, and in six months an extensionist makes a field check on their farms to make sure the trees have become established.
As a staff we are dedicated to helping you become competent as a Marine Fisheries extensionist.
PCV marine fisheries extensionist and counterpart (i. e, Chief Fisheries Officer) admire the deep line reel the PCV and local fishermen have constructed out of scrap lumber.
Female PCV marine fisheries extensionist goes to see Chief Fisheries Officer with her monthly report.
PCV marine fisheries extensionist arrives at new site where he/she is to work with two experts (expatriate) with an international development agency.
PCV marine fisheries extensionist goes to see the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources about a matter concerning his/her project.
In this session, trainees have the opportunity to ask a local extensionist about his or her job: the positive and negative aspects of it; what works and what doesn't work when trying to convey a new idea or technology; how association with the government helps or hinders his/her job; and helpful hints for interacting with individual (or groups of) fishermen and fish processors, particularly members of the opposite sex.
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