10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GEOPONICAL»
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Tropospheric Modelling and Emission Estimation: Chemical ...
The principal features of the followed methodology and the corresponding data
are: Detailed knowledge of the covered forest areas from the considered
geoponical species After a process of aggregation and classification, the initial
Adolf Ebel, Rainer Friedrich, H. Rodhe, 1997
The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of ...
Such expressions ere frequent in authors geoponical, or such as have treated de
re rustica. Browne's Vulgar Errours. GEORGE, n. t. Lat. Georgius. A proper name ;
a figure of St. George worn by the Knights of the Garter; a name formerly given ...
Plain and Pleasant Talk about Fruits, Flowers, and Farming
In short, geoponical cant, and pastoral cant, and rural cant in their length and
breadth, are like the whole long catalogue of cants (not excepting the German
Kant), intolerable. Now and then, however, somebody writes as though he knew
A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with ...
One flcilled in geometry. To GEOMETRIZE, jc-omfle-trize. v. n. To act according to
the laws of geometry. GEOMETRY, jomNme-try. s. The science of quantity,
extension, or magnitude abstractedly considered. GEOPONICAL, je-6-p6n'-I-kal.
Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Geoponic, jé-o-pon'ik, Geoponical, jé-o-pon'ik-al, ad '. pertaining to tilting the
earth or to agricu ture. [Fr. geojonique-Gr. gefifonzkos-gé, the earth, ponos,
labour-jenomai, to labour.] geoponics, jé-o-pon'iks, n.sz'ng., agriculture. Georema
Robert Chambers, J. Donald, 1867
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review
The early Hebrews were eminently geoponical and pastoral. Society's
advancement calls for other and more numerous enactments. When the tables of
the laws were handed to Moses, additional laws to those already decreed, were
The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to ...
According to Thouin this was used by the Romans in grafting their Olives and
Vines, and is mentioned by geoponical writers. The operation, which is
performed in the spring, is as follows : a shoot of the previous year, having one or
two eyes, ...
The Anti-absurd Or Phrenotypic English Pronouncing & ...
Gherkin gerkin Geometrician jBometri'- Ghost gast shan ; Ghostliness gastlines
Geometrize jBo'metryz ; Ghostly gastln Geometry jBo'metra □ Giant jyant
Geoponical jeapo'nikal ¡ : s Giantess jyantes Geoponicks jeapo'niks i Giantlike
Bartlomiej Beniowski, 1845
Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society
Pliny, and other even earlier geoponical writers, give indications of no small
number of varieties of pears, apples, cherries, plums, &c., of which it isprobable
that several have descended to us, but from the mere names handed down
Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain), 1855
Knickerbocker, Or, New-York Monthly Magazine
If one gets successfully through a geoponical experience in ethics of this kind, he
may have acquired moral strength, and he may have received a moral taint from
it ——-more likely the latter. Therefore, from what little light I have on the subject,
Lewis Gaylord Clark, John Holmes Agnew, Washington Irving, 1860