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crofting

(ˈkrɒftɪŋ)
n
(Agriculture) Brit the system or occupation of working land in crofts
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crofting

[ˈkrɒftɪŋ] (Scot)
B. CPD [community] → de granjas pequeñas

crofting

(esp Scot)
n Bewirtschaftung von kleinen Pachtgrundstücken
adj attr communityvon Kleinpächtern
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The only aspect of the rural services budget to increase is funding to the Crofting Commission, which has risen by PS400,000 to PS2.
this individual was descended from the Lord Napier, who was famous for examining the state of crofting in the 19th century.
Rod Mackenzie has been appointed as Convener of the Crofting Commission by Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing.
A Scottish classic and a powerful elegy for the crofting way of life.
Long-serving manager Sheila MacCormick is from a local crofting family and is a mine of tourist information.
It will be recited during Burns Night celebrations in the writer's hometown of Aultgrishan, a tiny crofting community, tomorrow.
Back at Castletown, we toured the station to look at the memorabilia, then drove south to see the seals at The Sound and the picture postcard crofting village of Cregneash.
The west of Ireland and crofting areas of the Hebrides are their closest stronghold but they also breed throughout eastern Europe into central Asia.
The court heard the purpose of the house grants scheme is for "the retention of population in the crofting areas and the provision of assistance to crofters to enable them to build a house on their croft in order to be able to live on and work on the croft.
As the deadline looms for them to declare more details of their "second jobs", newspaper reports claim members are making extra cash doing everything from advising drinks firms to crofting.
London, June 28 (ANI): A survey has uncovered the outside interests of dozens of MPs who hold down paid positions, ranging from legal and media work to crofting, and even grave digging.