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  • noun Plural form of agriculture.

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Examples

  • In fact, North Korea boasted one of the most mechanized agricultures in Asia.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The struggle over access to water for agricultures, for industries, for cities will be a profound struggle and the Chinese are already damming the Mekong.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2007

  • Because nitrogen is the most common yield-limiting nutrient in crop cultivation, all traditional agricultures had to resort to widespread planting of leguminous crops and to diligent recycling of nitrogen-rich organic wastes.

    Global material cycles

  • The struggle over access to water for agricultures, for industries, for cities will be a profound struggle and the Chinese are already damming the Mekong.

    CNN Transcript Oct 19, 2007

  • You will see states weak as organizations; political parties and other organizations that are ineffectual in representing and mobilizing; economies that are monopolistic, overprotected and overregulated; agricultures that cannot feed their own people; public bureaucracies that are overgrown; welfare services that are fragmentary and rudimentary.

    Economic Principals

  • In the past 53 years, Israel has developed a prosperous industry, one of the most advanced agricultures in the world, a high-tech industry which will prosper again when the high-tech recovers in the world.

    CNN Transcript Feb 21, 2002

  • Max Perutz is certainly right that third-world agricultures should not be deprived of the possible gains in productivity that might accrue from the use of recombinant DNA methods.

    'Genes in the Food': An Exchange

  • Under the conditions in which our revolution is developing, at the moment our revolution is developing and in line with our technical development, in line with our resources, we have placed the main emphasis on agriculture i the hope that we will have one of the most productive and modern agricultures in the world.

    12TH CTC CONGRESS

  • If the king did not protect, all restrictions about marriage and intercourse (due to consanguinity and other kinds of relationship) would cease; all affairs relating to agricultures and trade would fall into confusion, morality would sink and be lost; and the three

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Italy's agriculture is typical of the division between the agricultures of the northern and southern countries of the European Union.

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