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    1. Uncle Bob married about the same time as Mum and Dad, but after a half-hearted attempt at farming here in England, he gave up and they emigrated to Australia

    2. Abery’s a very small village only a couple of hundred people in all – mostly sheep farming - but there’s an interesting stone circle … quite a large one - I don’t know what the place is called here on Earth

    3. Most of the others were farming along the river and one was lying face-up naked on a beach with a couple guys, neither of whom were Alan

    4. Finally the unremitting, almost desolate, sameness of the basin floor was interrupted by a small farming village and as Afternoonday of Iyosaign waned, on the anniversary of boarding Vyinga's ship, the ordeal was over

    5. This is rural Greece, secluded mountain farming not much changed for centuries

    6. There are a several monied old farming families down in that area, and he was good with the farmers

    7. Of those that had come a couple had shotguns, a few carried farming tools, long poles and fishing nets and reminded me of senior retired gladiators

    8. Bunty’s mother was the last of her family and the only Danvers left was in South Africa … farming or something

    9. More fuel was slowly becoming available, as farming had priority

    10. suggested to him differences in the way farming was carried out here

    11. An hour passes during which Alex gets Ted's life story, with interjections about local farming history and the kids from Mickey

    12. What do you know about farms, Billy, about Jock's farming interests?"

    13. Morning came early, as it does to all farming communities

    14. They talked of where Alan had been (the desert); and that she lived as a hunter/gatherer with a little subsistence farming, that her house was fifteen feet up in a tree in case of theirops and that she liked to paint and mountain climb for recreation

    15. Emma agreed completely, since neither she or the others knew anything about farming, it was the best idea all day

    16. In adjusting the terms of the lease, the landlord endeavours to leave him no greater share of the produce than what is sufficient to keep up the stock from which he furnishes the seed, pays the labour, and purchases and maintains the cattle and other instruments of husbandry, together with the ordinary profits of farming stock in the neighbourhood

    17. Sometimes, indeed, the liberality, more frequently the ignorance, of the landlord, makes him accept of somewhat less than this portion ; and sometimes, too, though more rarely, the ignorance of the tenant makes him undertake to pay somewhat more, or to content himself with somewhat less, than the ordinary profits of farming stock in the neighbourhood

    18. If it was otherwise, the feeding of deer would soon become an article of common farming, in the same manner as the feeding of those small birds, called turdi, was among the ancient Romans

    19. In countries, therefore, where agriculture is the most profitable of all employments, and farming and improving the most direct roads to a splendid fortune, the capitals of individuals will naturally be employed in the manner most advantageous to the whole society

    20. Even in the present state of Europe, therefore, little stock is likely to go from any other profession to the improvement of land in the way of farming

    21. More does, perhaps, in Great Britain than in any other country, though even there the great stocks which are in some places employed in farming, have generally been acquired by fanning, the trade, perhaps, in which, of all others, stock is commonly acquired most slowly

    22. But as he could not afford to employ the latter for less than the ordinary profits of farming stock, so he could as little afford to employ the former for less than the ordinary profits of mercantile stock

    23. Were it possible, as perhaps it is not, to establish this intercourse universally, and all at once ; were it possible to turn all at once the whole farming stock of the kingdom to its proper business, the cultivation of land, withdrawing it from every other employment into which any part of it may be at present diverted; and were it possible, in order to support and assist, upon occasion, the operations of this great stock, to provide all at once another stock almost equally great; it is not, perhaps, very easy to imagine how great, how extensive, and how sudden, would be the improvement which this change of circumstances would alone produce upon the whole face of the country

    24. His brother would do his farming jobs then

    25. As he went deeper into farming country, it became more secluded

    26. ” Connellsville had been for hundreds of years a combination coal, farming, and river town

    27. The rolling, fertile terrain was ideal farming country

    28. He seeks as normal a life as he can manage – from learning the art of farming, faith, and warfare

    29. Once the mining operations had located almost all of the elements they required and the farming operation was producing more food than was required, life got a little easier

    30. She was in one of two enormous, fish farming chambers excavated in the ice 20 metres under the surface of Europa, another of Jupiter’s moons

    31. He sighed and stared at the sunlight reflecting off the roofs of the admin building and the hydroponic farming centre

    32. This land tax, as it is called however, is supposed to be one-fifth, not only of the rent of all the land, but of that of all the houses, and of the interest of all the capital stock of Great Britain, that part of it only excepted which is either lent to the public, or employed as farming stock in the cultivation of land

    33. If he employed it as a farming stock, in the cultivation of land, he could raise the rate of his profit only by retaining a greater portion, or, what comes to the same thing, the price of a greater portion, of the produce of the land; and as this could be done only by a reduction of rent, the final payment of the tax would fall upon the landlord

    34. Rosemary listened to their animated and impassioned discussion, which they directed towards her, so as not to leave her out of the company, explaining plans and events, and at the same time showing her that country life was not all only farming and cattle

    35. Until last night, she had been convinced that he was too sophisticated to be interested in farming

    36. You must understand the Apartheid laws were not based on anything but farming principles and the Bible

    37. The best blood in the Island is soaked in the soil; the backbone of the Island, the white farming class, has disappeared

    38. In the old days it was Immigrants, Catholics, Labor and Farming, among other groups that were routinely pandered to

    39. "So, looking after the drains is all part of farming, is it?" I asked sweetly

    40. White colonists worsened conditions by squatting on reservation land, farming, logging, or hunting illegally

    41. farming operations, you need to possess the necessary skills and

    42. The picture she painted of Tommy and his farming life was made with broad brush strokes

    43. They saw evidence of farming, with lots of smoke from slash-and-burn agriculture

    44. A study within anthropology reveals that farming (agriculture) was a newer skill than shepherding (animal husbandry)

    45. “You can’t prove they’re not farming! In winter time, travel is difficult, even with snow-machines, all-wheel drive vehicles, even then there are a lot of remote places in the American Northwest

    46. Of course all these prospective dates are at the least speculative, all that we can be relatively assured of by the many accounts, two of which I have used here, is that a flood of monumental proportions occurred somewhere north of the Mesopotamian landscape and probably sometime within the early organization of the farming communities that eventually were to attain the complexity of small city-states

    47. He then announced, as he gave each of the six men a large folded vellum document, that the Countess von Brechtsler had bequeathed to each of them the land that they were farming

    48. irrigation for farming and have long been allocated water for that purpose

    49. But unlike him, Esau was a hunter, which skill came before shepherding and long before farming

    50. The walls of the restaurant were decorated with old farming implements, and the menus were made from two thin pieces of wood, held together by a metal ring

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    Synonymes pour "farming"

    farming land agriculture husbandry agrarian agricultural rural country rustic