Definitions for agrarianəˈgrɛər i ən
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agrarian, agricultural, farming(a)(adj)
relating to rural matters
"an agrarian (or agricultural) society"; "farming communities"
A person who advocates the political interests of working farmers
Of, or relating to, the ownership, tenure and cultivation of land
Agricultural or rural.
Origin: From agrarien, from agrarius, from stem of ager + -arius
pertaining to fields, or lands, or their tenure; esp., relating to an equal or equitable division of lands; as, the agrarian laws of Rome, which distributed the conquered and other public lands among citizens
wild; -- said of plants growing in the fields
one in favor of an equal division of landed property
an agrarian law
Origin: [L. agrarius, fr. ager field.]
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Delaware was a microcosm of the nation -- an industrial north and an agrarian south.
We need to give certainty both to the ejido but also the chance, in a given moment, for the private sector to be able to work hand in hand with the agrarian collectives. This is the big issue.
The field trials will destroy the entire agrarian economy of this country because they have no clue about the long term impact, they have been blinded by the western corporates and we will not let them commit this blunder.
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