an expert in .
Antiseptics are a source of serious danger to the agriculturist.
The Dwelling House George Vivian Poore
The agriculturist does not pretend that he has created the corn; but he has given it its value.
Sophisms of the Protectionists Frederic Bastiat
The chief employment of the Ashantee agriculturist is clearing the ground from the rank, luxuriant growth which covers it.
The World and Its People: Book VII Anna B. Badlam
Another friend of the agriculturist is the Phymata erosa (Fig. 263).
Our Common Insects Alpheus Spring Packard
And, further, will they do so sufficiently to enable the agriculturist to meet the ever-increasing weight which presses on him?
The Hills and the Vale Richard Jefferies
For how should we clothe ourselves, how nourish ourselves, without the agriculturist?
Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert
But he was not himself an agriculturist or an ex-agriculturist.
The Foundations of Japan J.W. Robertson Scott
Women are a sore trial to the patience of the agriculturist in a busy time.
The Toilers of the Field Richard Jefferies
There is no doubt the crow is a damage to the agriculturist.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 385, May 19, 1883 Various
Whether this is a gain or loss to the agriculturist, is not for us to determine.
Farm drainage Henry Flagg French
the science, art, or occupation concerned with cultivating land, raising crops, and feeding, breeding, and raising livestock; farming. the production of crops, livestock, or poultry. . Historical Examples agriculturally, the Lias clays are laid down for grass, but the lighter soils are useful for arable purposes. The Natural History of Clay Alfred B. Searle agriculturally, […]
the science, art, or occupation concerned with cultivating land, raising crops, and feeding, breeding, and raising livestock; farming. the production of crops, livestock, or poultry. . Contemporary Examples The Howard G. Buffett Foundation funds projects in 35 African countries, focusing on agriculture, water and conflict zones. Howard Buffett’s Food Fight Howard Buffett October 12, 2009 […]
a city in S Italy. noun a town in Italy, in SW Sicily: site of six Greek temples. Pop: 54 619 (2001) Former name (until 1927) Girgenti (ɡɜːˈɡɛntɪ)
any plant belonging to the genus Agrimonia, of the rose family, especially the perennial A. eupatoria, having pinnate leaves and small, yellow flowers. any of certain other plants, as hemp agrimony or bur marigold. Historical Examples Their look was sure death, but they could be poisoned by a draught compounded of agrimony, dill and vervain. […]