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  • adj. angry


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From aggro, by shortening


  • The term agro-biodiversity as described in the Plants Variety and the Farmers 'Rights Act 2001 reflects this realization.

    Down To Earth

  • We have included, Senator Hagel and I, have included in our legislation, specific provisions on what we call agro-terrorism, an attack on our food supply, an attack on our crops, our agricultural supply.

    CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2001

  • We know that you are strong in agro industries and we need technology transfer in that area.

    Grenada: Readiness for the 21st Century

  • (on camera): Two years ago when Tommy Thompson stepped down of Secretary of Health and Human Services, he called agro-terrorism a grave concern for this country.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2006

  • And boom, suddenly a culture becomes what the anthropologists call agro-pastoral.

    A Hustler’s Guide To Father’s Day

  • And you know what's really interesting is that over the last few years the government has taken some steps to try to prevent what's called agro-terrorism.

    CNN Transcript May 19, 2007

  • TUCKER: There's nothing new about the idea of agro terrorism.

    CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2006

  • He took us out to a central California field to show us just how vulnerable the nation's food supply is to so-called agro-terrorism starting with the relatively easy public access to crops.

    CNN Transcript Sep 23, 2006

  • TUCKER: There is nothing new about the idea of agro-terrorism.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2006

  • Meanwhile, the two companies continue to struggle for market share with conventional hybrid seeds, which can be found at farm suppliers, called agro-dealers, in rural towns of east - NEWS


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