agriculturalist

  • 1 Agriculturalist — Ag ri*cul tur*al*ist, n. An agriculturist (which is the preferred form.) [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 agriculturalist — [[t]æ̱grɪkʌ̱ltʃərəlɪst[/t]] agriculturalists N COUNT An agriculturalist is someone who is an expert on agriculture and who advises farmers …

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  • 3 agriculturalist — agriculture ► NOUN ▪ the science or practice of farming, including the rearing of crops and animals. DERIVATIVES agricultural adjective agriculturalist noun agriculturally adverb agriculturist noun. ORIGIN Latin agricultura, from ager field +… …

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  • 4 agriculturalist — noun see agriculture …

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  • 5 agriculturalist — See agricultural. * * * …

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  • 6 agriculturalist — noun A farmer; one involved with agrarian business …

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  • 7 agriculturalist — ag·ri cul·tur·alist || ‚ægrɪ kÊŒltʃrÉ™lɪst n. researcher or expert in agriculture …

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  • 8 agriculturalist — ag·ri·cul·tur·al·ist …

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  • 9 agriculturalist — See: agricultural …

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  • 10 agriculturalist — /ægrəˈkʌltʃərələst/ (say agruh kulchuhruhluhst) noun 1. a farmer. 2. an expert in agriculture. Also, agriculturist …

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  • 11 agriculturalist — noun someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil • Syn: ↑agriculturist, ↑cultivator, ↑grower, ↑raiser • Derivationally related forms: ↑raise (for: ↑raiser), ↑ …

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  • 12 James Howard (agriculturalist) — James Howard (1821 ndash;1889), was an English agriculturalist, Liberal politician, manufacturer, and Bedfordshire landowner.LifeHoward was one of the sons of John Howard, of Cauldwell House, Bedford, and was educated at Bedford Modern School. [… …

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  • 13 David Low (agriculturalist) — David Low FRSE (1786–1859) was a Scottish agriculturalist. Low, eldest son of Alexander Low, land agent, of Laws, Berwickshire, was born in Berwickshire in 1786, and educated at Perth Academy and the University of Edinburgh.[1] He assisted his… …

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  • 14 Robert Bakewell (agriculturalist) — For other people of the same name, see Robert Bakewell (disambiguation). Robert Bakewell (1725–1795) was a British agriculturalist, now recognized as one of the most important figures in the British Agricultural Revolution. In addition to work in …

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  • 15 George Rennie (agriculturalist) — George Rennie (1749 1828), agriculturist, son of James Rennie, farmer, of Phantassie, Haddingtonshire (now East Lothian), and elder brother of John Rennie, the engineer, was born on his father s farm in 1749. On leaving school he was sent by his… …

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  • 16 Agriculturalism — Agriculturalism, also known as the School of Agrarianism, the School of Agronomists, the School of Tillers, and in Chinese as the Nongjia (農家/农家), was an early agrarian Chinese philosophy that advocated peasant utopian communalism and… …

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  • 17 Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester (seventh creation) — The Earl of Leicester Member of Parliament for Norfolk In office 1807 – 1832 Preceded by …

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  • 18 Thünen, Johann Heinrich von — born June 24, 1783, Jever, Oldenburg died Sept. 22, 1850, Tellow, Mecklenburg German economist and agriculturalist. After carrying out research on his own estate into the relationship between the costs of commodity transportation and the location …

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  • 19 Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan — چودہری نیاز علی خان 1976 1880 Born 28 June 1880(1880 06 28) Mahilpur, Punjab, British Indian Empire D …

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  • 20 agricultural */*/ — UK [ˌæɡrɪˈkʌltʃ(ə)rəl] / US adjective a) relating to farming Farmers have criticized the government s agricultural policy. agricultural produce/products The land is only to be used for agricultural purposes. b) involved in farming or used for… …

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