agriculturalist

[ ag-ri-kuhl-cher-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF agriculturalist
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The interests of the grazier and agriculturalist were at variance.

We must now place the manufacturer by the side of the agriculturalist.

The agriculturalist was, therefore, the very backbone of the state.

Orioles feed upon both fruit and insects, and so cannot be regarded as unmixed blessings to the agriculturalist.

There is a fundamental strain of agriculturalist in a Pole which no amount of brilliance, even classical, can destroy.

Ike Feldmann asked for exemption on the ground that he was an agriculturalist and therefore excused under the Act.

These are very welcome to the agriculturalist because they impart vigour to the young crops.

The agriculturalist ranks next in dignity; for none can do without food, and therefore his usefulness is indisputable.

The exterior commerce naturally following the working of mines, will equally contribute its share in favor of the agriculturalist.

Every year will see them expand and always working for the advantage of the agriculturalist.

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