stockbreeder


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stock·breed·ing

 (stŏk′brē′dĭng)
n.
The breeding and raising of livestock.

stock′breed′er n.
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stockbreeder

(ˈstɒkˌbriːdə)
n
(Breeds) a person who breeds or rears livestock as an occupation
ˈstockˌbreeding n
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stockbreeder

[ˈstɒkˌbriːdəʳ] Nganadero/a m/f
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stockbreeder

[ˈstɒkˌbriːdəʳ] nallevatore/trice di bestiame
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He lived and had been working as stockbreeder in Thessaly while his rest medical history was unremarkable.
It makes no difference whether productive activity is 'represented by the labour of the artisan, the manufacture of equipment, or that of the farmer or stockbreeder in the husbandry of plants and animals' for all are 'conceived as instances of productive making' (Ingold, 2000: 80).
In her journey of self-debasement in the popular and poverty-stricken neighborhoods of Madrid, the girl moves as a specularized body prostituted by several men representative of the middleclass; specifically, a rich stockbreeder, a well-off and emasculated heroine addict, and a conman pretending to be a cinema producer comprise some of her clientele.
The buyer, Charlie Edwards was a stockbreeder and auctioneer, and aspiring MP for Ludlow.
With the advantage of a true agricultural background, John was already a highly knowledgeable journalist having gained vast experience with the Western Mail, Express Newspapers and later as the Wales correspondent for the Farmer & Stockbreeder, the industry's leading weekly journal of that time.
30 Turk and Armenian families live in the village and mostly are farmer and stockbreeder. The church is located in the eastern margin of the village inside the residential texture in a big yard that does not have geometrical shape and its four sides are open.
The suspect, who was reported to be a stockbreeder, was taken to capital Ankara for interrogation.
He then worked for British Farmer & Stockbreeder, Poultry World and Poultry Industry magazines in London, U.K.
But later, the painfully shy Knight went to Oxford University and then retired to country life at Elton, where he was a general farmer and stockbreeder as well as specialising in fruit and veg.
(54) And yet Guy Black, stockbreeder, businessman, accountant, would say only that he did his job and what was required of him.
The editors of Farmer and Stockbreeder explain: "The slatted floor seems to have more merit than disadvantages.
On the other hand, a stockbreeder from the eastern province of Kars was quoted in DE-nya's report as saying that large meat producers are the ones behind the price hikes in red meat.