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agricultural implements


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agricultural implements

Agricultural Implements

agricultural implements

agricultural implements

agricultural implements

agricultural implements, Greek

agricultural implements, Roman

Implementable Ramsey-Boiteux Pricing in Agricultural and Environmental Policy

Howard, James (1821-1889), agriculturist and manufacturer of agricultural implements

United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America

REUTHER, Walter Philip (1907 - 1970), President, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers, since 1946

Implementation of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture and developments for the next round of negotiations

International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture: Legal and Policy Questions from Adoption to Implementation

Book review. Agriculture and Intellectual Property Rights: Economic, Institutional and Implementation Issues in Biotechnology. V Santaniello, RE Evenson, D Zilberman, GA Carlson [eds]

FORCON: Local Decision Support System for the Provision of Advice in Agriculture - Methodology and Experience of Practical Implementation

Policy choices and interdependence of country decisions in the implementation of the 1994 GATT Agreement on agriculture

1952, Commission on Human Rights, Eighth Session, Provisional Agenda Item 4: Draft International Covenants on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation, Observations Submitted by Specialized Agencies on the Proposed Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Pursuance of UNGA Resolution 543 (VI), Letter Dated 22 February 1952 from the Acting Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to the Officer in Charge of the Department of Social Affairs, E/CN.4/655/Add.3 (1 April 1952)

 

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The technology of Greek agriculture was simple, and apparently underwent little development. Breaking up the ground, which was fundamental to sowing, weed-control, and preservation of moisture, was achieved by ...

Subjects: Classical Studies — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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