dirol, nhirol, tirol, thirol
Adjective(1) relating to farming or agriculture, or agricultural
(1) At the start of the period the region was overwhelmingly agrarian , with small farmers working arable land in the river valleys, keeping livestock in the meadows, and sometimes working for the lumber industry.(2) In brief, Kuznets argued that a simple agrarian economy should generally exhibit low income levels and little inequality across groups.(3) Because of interest in the issue of agrarian ethics, the focus was on students in agricultural fields.(4) Increasingly, government-sponsored agrarian reform initiatives were targeted only for areas where rural unrest or insurgency threatened.(5) On March 27 urban and rural workers marched demanding agrarian reform and the suspension of a policy of privatizations.(6) In the industrialized areas such as Pattaya and Bangkok, it is easy to forget that Thailand is still mainly an agrarian economy, even if telecommunication towers are now appearing in the rice fields.(7) Some 200,000 landless families are squatting in camps beside federal roadways and the landless movement is pressing the President to deliver the agrarian reform he has long promised.(8) These broad divisions were reflected in kinship practices, women's land rights and agrarian alliances that continue to the present.(9) Brazil was a paradigmatic case of urban and rural mobilization during these decades, with agrarian leagues claiming land and labor rights and electorates voting for progressive change.(10) After the harvests were in, this unified production aspect of the agrarian economy came to an end.(11) Moreover, why measure pre-Second World War income inequality via the distribution of agrarian property and the quality of human capital?(12) The party's internal social programs include improved enforcement of environmental protection laws, addressing the problems faced by indigenous communities, and agrarian reform.(13) According to Minister of Economy Nikolai Vassilev, agrarian land has been separated into 25 million parts.(14) Its economy was predominantly agrarian , farmers being outranked only by warriors among the four traditional classes of society, with artisans below them and merchants at the very bottom.(15) By providing cheap, fast and dependable transport into the interior regions the railway not only opened up these areas to the cultivation of existing crops but also allowed a further diversification of the island's agrarian economy.(16) Following the elections and with no sign of the promised agrarian reforms, movements in the countryside joined the insurrectionary situation in the cities.
(1) agrarian reform :: diwygio amaethyddol
1. agricultural ::
2. rural ::
3. rustic ::
4. pastoral ::
5. countryside ::
6. farming ::
7. georgic ::
8. sylvan ::
agrarian, agrarianism, agrarians
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