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  • Agriculture [r]: The process of producing food, feed, fiber and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. [e]
  • Ante-Bellum South [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Belt (clothing) [r]: An articles of clothing worn around the waist to support a pair of pants (trousers). [e]
  • Domestication [r]: The process of habituating wild animals or plants to live in association with humans, thereby providing us with food, livestock and pets. [e]
  • Economic warfare [r]: The use of principally non-military methods to impose national policy, when those methods deal in the broad sense of economics, such as embargoes, freezing assets, and buying up raw materials. It may be complemented by military means such as intercepting supply shipments or attacking factories. [e]
  • French republican calendar [r]: Calendar instituted by the National Convention after the French Revolution, as a reform of the Gregorian calendar, that would help to divorce the new republic from its Catholic predecessor. [e]
  • Imidacloprid [r]: A chloronicotinyl insecticide that acts on the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. [e]
  • Insecticide [r]: A pesticide used against insects, in agriculture, medicine, industry and the household. [e]
  • Integrated pest management [r]: Technique for agricultural disease and pest-control in which as many pest-control methods as possible are used in an ecologically harmonious manner to keep infestation within manageable limits. [e]
  • Knitting [r]: Method of creating fabric by means of pulling rows of loops of yarn through other loops with straight needles. [e]
  • Lightning [r]: An atmospheric discharge of electricity accompanied by thunder, which typically occurs during thunderstorms, and sometimes during volcanic eruptions or dust storms. [e]
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  • Oklahoma [r]: The 46th state admitted to the United States of America. [e]
  • Origins of carpets [r]: Tradition of carpet weaving that predates written history. [e]
  • Paisley [r]: Town and a former burgh in the west-Central Lowlands of Scotland. [e]
  • Pollination [r]: Process by which pollen is transferred in plants from the male reproductive organ (stamen or staminate cone) to the female reproductive organ (pistil or pistillate cone), thereby enabling fertilisation and sexual reproduction. [e]
  • Pollinator decline [r]: The reduction in abundance of pollinators in many ecosystems worldwide. [e]
  • Pollinator [r]: Biotic vector that moves pollen from the male anthers of a flower to the female stigma of a flower to accomplish fertilization or syngamy of the female gamete in the ovule of the flower by the male gamete from the pollen grain. [e]
  • Socks (clothing) [r]: Knitted or woven type of hosiery for enclosing the human feet. [e]
  • South Carolina [r]: A State in the South-eastern USA. [e]
  • Soviet legacy [r]: The multiple diplomatic, economic, environmental, legal, military, political, and social issues facing former Soviet satellite states after the fall of the USSR. [e]
  • Transgenic plant [r]: Plants that have been genetically modified by inserting genes directly into a single plant cell, from a different species. [e]
  • Trench coat [r]: Raincoat made of waterproof heavy-duty cotton drill or poplin, wool gabardine, or in some cases leather, and is usually knee-length or longer. [e]
  • U.S. Demographic History [r]: Historic trends in population growth, geographical distribution by states and urban-rural, internal migration, and components of change (births, deaths, immigration), as well as race and ethnicity, and population policy as they relate to the United States. [e]