from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An agronomist.
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And now, with the scenes of that trying march so vividly recalled, I would dedicate these chapters to my gigantic, old and ruggedly tried friend, the agronome, to my Russian fellow-travelers, and especially, to the sacred memory of those of our companions whose bodies lie cradled in the sleep among the mountains of Tibet -- Colonel Ostrovsky, Captains
My old friend, the agronome, and I started at once for Sepailoff's, where I left him at the door while I went in and was met by the same soldier who had brought the supper to us.
My old and much tried friend, the agronome, cried out as he grasped his shoulder and then I saw him wiping and bandaging as best as he could his bleeding forehead.
There I found three of Domojiroff's officers surrounded by the Polish soldiers and other foreigners under the leadership of my old trusted agronome, who was occupied with tying the hands of the officers behind their backs so strongly that the bones cracked.
When I grew up, I became a trained agronome in order ... to strangle the people and smash their skulls.
Some _agronome_ sent out to take charge of it by the Republic, began its destruction by cutting down acres of enormous and magnificent trees, -- including a superb alley of plants, -- for the purpose of experimenting with roses.
Papilles – c’est vrai j’y ai appris plein de choses et c’est surtout une bonne vision du metier d’ingenieur agronome.