agricola agricola  /ˌæ ɡrɪ ˈkoʊ lə/


  • (n) Roman general who was governor of Britain and extended Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth (37-93)


  1. George Hall

    When George Leroy Hall was born December 30, 1924 in Agricola Florida, a phosphate mining community, the temperature was a record low of 20 degrees. George, 88, died June 12, 2013. He had attended sch
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Bay Area Citizen

  2. Daily iPhone App: Agricola is Playdek's great adaptation of the board game

    Agricola is one of the most popular board games around these days -- it's sort of a farming simulation game, where you can take two turns every round, and then periodically get rewards paid off in a harvest. Playdek is an up-and-coming iOS developer that's mostly done card games so far -- they're behind the Penny Arcade card game , as well as the excellent Ascension and a more complicated one I ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Unofficial Apple Weblog

  3. Agricola harnesses farm-to-table concept

    Agricola in Princeton is hardly the first restaurant to take the "farm-to-table" movement to the next level by attempting to supply its kitchen largely with an affiliated farm. The Rockefeller's Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Westchester County, N.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer


  1. "I am deeply honoured and humbled by the Agricola Award conferred on me. This award is recognition of the work done for the development of agriculture and of our farmers by a vast number of agencies and individuals in our country," Singh said...
    on Apr 11, 2008 By: Manmohan Singh Source: IRNA

  2. "The tribes that the Romans met were Celtic, as described by the historian Tacitus in his biography of the Emperor Agricola," Macdonald says. "They may have been Picts, of course, but most of the tribes were also Celtic."
    on Aug 2, 2009 By: Kevin Macdonald Source: Times Online

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