culturist


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culturist

a cultivator or a person who grows things.
See also: Agriculture, Growth
a person who is well acquainted with culture, as literature, the arts, etc., and who advocates their worth to society.
See also: Art, Literature, Representation
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114) Berry-Hunter directed the Hill Street Baptist choir, and she was also a beauty culturist.
Tens of thousands of rainbow, brook, brown and tiger trout are just about ready to be stocked in lakes and ponds, rivers and streams from the Berkshires to Cape Cod, but that's not going to happen anytime soon, according to Ken Simmons, DFW fish culturist.
Although this question challenges the universality of the international human rights by the UN in favor of the relativist and culturist perspective, it does not deny the view that such international formulations are essential for comparative analysis.
Pilates has been all the rage since it was created in the early 1920s by a German physical culturist named Joseph Pilates, who propounded the system of using one's natural body weight to stay fit.
This book is a remarkable testimony to the popular culturist slogan, "popular culture IS culture.
She notes that since the 1960s both disciplines have experienced the culturist phase, structuralist phase, poststructuralist phase and internationalist phase almost at the same time.
For example, a study of 1000 baby books such as this, carefully filled out, will give valuable information in every department of medicine, will guide the teacher, the physical culturist, the eugenist (sic), and the statesman, in their broad efforts to improve the race, as well as the physician in the treatment of the individual case.
Rushay Booysen, born and raised in Africa, is a photographer, music expert and culturist.
The silk is sold at such high rates throughout the country, but over here we are not getting adequate returns for our efforts," said Jeet Bandhan, a Seri culturist.
According to Roulac, the property modernist orientation is that of the dominant Western culture, whereas the property culturist orientation is not unlike that held by most indigenous peoples.
He has worked as a field soil scientist and geomorphologist in Oregon and Utah, as an assistant nursery manager and nursery culturist at the J.
As described in Holliday, Hyde, & Kullman (2004), a small-culture approach moves away from the culturist focus on pseudo-homogenous national groups often described in stereotypical terms; moreover, it allows us to question the often tacit and unarticulated ideological issues at stake in people's meaning-makings processes.