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Culture Adjective Synonyms
cultivation, refinement, sophistication, urbanity, suavity, elegance, (good) breeding, background, erudition, education, enlightenment, learning, taste, discrimination, savoir faire, savoir vivre, discernment
She is a lady of considerable culture as well as beauty.

Culture Noun Synonyms
civilization, mores, customs, lifestyle, way of life, (sense of) values
In their culture, biting someone is a sign of love and respect.

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Mariculture

Business / Agriculture / Mariculture: The form of aquaculture where fish, shellfish, or aquatic plants are cultured in a salt water environment. MORE

Monoculture

Business / Agriculture / Monoculture: A pattern of crop or tree production that relies on a single plant variety. MORE

Land Grant Colleges Of Agriculture

Business / Agriculture / Land Grant Colleges Of Agriculture: The Morrill Act of 1862 granted federal land to states to sell, and instructed each state to use the proceeds to endow a college to teach 'agriculture and the mechanical arts.' States not having any f MORE

Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations (FAO)

Business / Agriculture / Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations (FAO): A UN organization, founded in 1945, that collects and disseminates information about world agriculture. FAO also provides technical assistance to developing countries in agricultural production and di MORE

Food And Agriculture Act Of 1977

Business / Agriculture / Food And Agriculture Act Of 1977: P.L. 95-113 (September 9, 1977) was an omnibus farm bill. It increased price and income supports and established a farmer-owned reserve for grain. It also established a new two-tiered pricing program MORE

Food And Agriculture Councils (Facs)

Business / Agriculture / Food And Agriculture Councils (Facs): These councils were instituted in 1982 by USDA to function as interagency coordinating groups on three levels: national, state, and local. The state facs are composed of senior level officials of indi MORE