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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.


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extension +‎ -ist


  • I am a professional life-extensionist and liberty promoter who practices what I and husband, Paul Wakfer, encourage.

    Getting to the Bottom of a Rash

  • Emmanuel Soko in Tanzania is an extensionist working with Fr. Rupper, who has frequently written and shared seeds.

    8: Plant protection and pest control

  • Dr. Campbell, researcher and state extensionist for tropical fruit in Florida, has been the source of other information in these pages.

    4: Multipurpose trees

  • 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.

    9: Domestic animals

  • As a staff we are dedicated to helping you become competent as a Marine Fisheries extensionist.

    Chapter 3

  • 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.

    Chapter 11

  • Female PCV marine fisheries extensionist goes to see Chief Fisheries Officer with her monthly report.

    Chapter 11

  • PCV marine fisheries extensionist arrives at new site where he/she is to work with two experts (expatriate) with an international development agency.

    Chapter 11

  • 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.

    Chapter 11

  • 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.

    Chapter 6


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