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Even and agriculture
Even though they do not compete directly with cultivated plants, sometimes winter annuals are considered a pest in commercial agriculture, because they can be hosts for insect pests or fungal diseases ( ovary smut – Microbotryum sp ) which attack crops being cultivated.
Even as animal domestication became relatively widespread and after the development of agriculture, hunting was usually a significant contributor to the human food supply.
Even after fertilizers containing these elements became available, studies made by the Victorian government during the 1950s and 1960s showed that the Little Desert was not capable of becoming productive farmland and would fetch only low prices if cleared for agriculture.
Even today, agriculture is a big part of the Tri-Cities, Pasco in particular.
Even before the establishment of the State of Israel, kibbutzim began to branch out from agriculture into manufacturing.
Even though agriculture has traditionally been the main industry for Klæbu, the municipality now functions more as a bedroom community of Trondheim, where many of Klæbu's inhabitants work or attend school.
Even with modern agriculture and transportation, food is expensive in Finland compared to other European countries, notwithstanding the effect of accession to the European Union in 1995 and the consequent elimination of trade barriers, with prices of some products like grains, meat and milk dropping by up to 50 %.
Even more disastrously, the Mongols successfully established control over much of the Sunzha river-thus an existential threat to the Chechen people due to their need for the Sunzha's ( as well as the Terek's ) agriculture to support their population.
Even before World War II, industrialization in Czechoslovakia had substantially reduced the relative importance of agriculture in the economy.
: Pasture: Even more common than using land for agriculture is the conversion of forest to cattle pastures.
Even the British were taken up by his contributions in the field of agriculture and conferred on him honorary membership of the Royal Agricultural Society of Britain.
Even today, the vineyards on the slopes of the Lavaux account for some 90 hectares and agriculture and livestock on the plateaus is an important factor in the employment structure of the population.
Even before Roman times, the Treveri had developed trade, agriculture and metal-working.
Even though the United States and India continued to bargain for changes to the Dunkel Draft, only minor amendments were made in the sphere of agriculture.
Even agriculture flourishes despite the rather difficult natural environment.
Even though it is an industrial center, the surroundings of Maracay live of an intensive agriculture, where sugarcane, tobacco, coffee and cocoa stand out as the main products.
Even today agriculture plays an important role, as animal husbandry, dairy production and farming are the dominant occupations.
Even though agriculture is still a prime industry, civil construction and related industries have conquered a prominent position in the parish.
Even though the plants propagate without human intervention the realities of modern agriculture mean there is always human intervention in the growth of plants and thus farming is a method of " use " of plant genes.

Even and animal
Even when colonies of insects are eradicated from a house and surrounding domestic animal shelters, they can re-emerge from plants or animals that are part of the ancient, sylvatic ( referring to wild animals ) infection cycle.
Even though Dolly was not the first animal to be cloned, she gained this attention in the media because she was the first to be cloned from an adult cell.
Even most of the field crops, such as barley, oats, and potatoes, are grown for animal feed.
Even though no physical harm has come to an animal or human being, they have inflicted large economic losses on many economies.
Even the animal style tattoos were preserved on her pale skin: creatures with horns that develop into flowered forms.
Even in the 21st century, many prior understandings related to diverse fields such as personal symbolic name use, animal emotions, animal culture and learning, and even sexual conduct, long thought to be well understood, have been revolutionized.
Even minimal exposure to the chemical will calm down an angry person or animal, and Bobby has been able to isolate the chemical and reduce it to concentrated form.
Even if an animal, such as a goat, should persist in grazing on this plant, not only will the animal suffer but so will those who drink its milk, because the poisons are passed along in the milk.
Even when informed by the couple, and later by police responding to a disturbance call, that they had the right to board the bus with a service animal, the company refused to allow the couple to buy a ticket.
Even though the animal population had successfully adapted to the harsh terrain, several factors likely contributed to a dilution of the pure gene pool.
Even though the conception of dog has evolved since Descartes ' perception and depiction of animals as just " mechanical beings ", toward the modern recognition of a more complex nature as argued by the animal rights theory, there is a mostly Western conceptual difference between animals and humans, hence an established hierarchy that means dogs are still considered in some human societies as food, disposable, caged, experimental subjects or used in military warfare such as the mine-dogs ( hundminen ).
Even the buffalo on the reverse could be changed into another animal or a man with a backpack.
Even if the animal already has one magnet, there is no harm in inserting a second.
Even these species do not eat every kind of animal.
Even though whenever Babs speaks, it always seems to be sound like an animal screaming, but Smokey is the only one that can understand her.
Even if one is not a disciple, one will still attain the heavenly life, after which, however depending on what his past deeds may have been, one may be reborn in a hell realm, or as an animal or hungry ghost.

Even and husbandry
Even if they never became very rich, at least they could earn their living by means of husbandry and also from the produce of the fields.

Even and became
Even as he became widely known as a professional killer, nearly every cowboy and rancher in Wyoming seemed proud to call him a friend.
Even as she was telling me about it I became aware of a give-away flush that suffused her neck and moved upwards to her cheeks, and subconsciously I realized that when she entered the store she did not switch on the lights.
Even more extreme, the Pahlavi abjad eventually became logographic.
Even when new and clean, illumination from the safety lamps was very poor, and the problem was not fully resolved until electric lamps became widely available in the late 19th century.
Even greater injections of foreign assistance between 1985 and 1988 kept the economy afloat, but it soon became clear that the successive governments had been borrowing time as well as money.
Even after harpsichords became self-encased objects, they often were supported by separate stands, and some modern harpsichords have separate legs for improved portability.
* Even though Eve had Adam for a husband, she was still a virgin ... By disobeying, Eve became the cause of death for herself and for the whole human race.
Even the Geneva académie was eclipsed by universities in Leiden and Heidelberg, which became the new strongholds of Calvin's ideas, first identified as " Calvinism " by Joachim Westphal in 1552.
Even after electrification became the norm, jazz guitarists continued to fit strings of 0. 012 " gauge or heavier for reasons of tone, and also prefer flatwound strings.
Even though the Kanembu became the main power-base of the Sayfuwa, Kanem's rulers continued to travel frequently throughout the kingdom and especially towards Bornu, west of lake Chad.
Even after he became General Secretary of the Party, he continued to sign papers referring to the General Department ( when he could no longer physically sign documents, a facsimile was used instead ).
Even as the designs became more elaborate, visual depictions of the Labyrinth from Roman times until the Renaissance are almost invariably unicursal.
In a poem by the sultan under a nom de plume, he says " Even if the rivers became wine, they wouldn't fill my glass.
Even as Rajiv remained aloof from politics, his younger brother Sanjay became a close advisor to their mother.
Even though the format proved successful it took until 1992 before Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten became the first German daily soap opera.
Even after it became clear that Odo was sentient, the scientists kept calling him that, giving him the name ' Odo Ital ' ( like a typical Bajoran name ), which was eventually shortened to simply " Odo " ( Episode " Heart of Stone ").
Even as late as 1970, the British Protectorate did not envisage independence for Solomon Islands in the foreseeable future but shortly thereafter, the financial costs of supporting the Protectorate became more trying, as the world economy was hit by the first oil price shock of 1973.
Even after MOSFETs became widely available, the BJT remained the transistor of choice for many analog circuits such as amplifiers because of their greater linearity and ease of manufacture.
Even Erasmus became much more favourable towards the idea once he witnessed the accomplishments of More's daughters.
Even then, Shawn became frustrated because he had already learned all the material being taught to him by professors and tutors and eventually dropped out of Northeastern in 1999.
Even the most senior, renowned and professionally-accomplished nuclear-trained officers that Rickover had personally selected, such as Edward L. Beach, Jr., had mixed feelings about " the kindly old gentleman ," or simply " KOG ", as Rickover became euphemistically known in inner circles.
Even after British control of the Territory became complete, population infiltration was slow.
Workers were supposed to “ grasp revolution and promote productions ”, while peasants were supposed to raise more pigs because “ more pigs means more manure, and more manure means more grain .” Even a casual remark by Mao, “ Sweet potato tastes good ; I like it ” became a slogan everywhere in the countryside.

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