agrestic


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characteristic of the fields or country

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(of behavior) rustic and uncouth

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While some conservatives chastised Weeds shortly after its debut for allegedly glamorizing drug use, the show's strongest plot lines use the pot-dealing-mom gimmick more as a vehicle to comment on the hypocrisies of suburban life, as when the alcoholic, Ambien-popping councilwoman Celia Hodes campaigns to make the town of Agrestic "drug free." Notably, the travails endured by Botwin, her family, and the show's main characters spring from the prohibition of pot rather than the drug itself.
DVD Extras: Good Morning Agrestic! featurettes, Uncle Awol, gag reel, Mary-Kate Olsen biography, trivia tracks.
nelsonbarrye@johndeere.com 2007 NAMA REGIONAL DIRECTORS Region I Tim Alderson, AgriGator, Bakersfield, CA, T_alderson@agrigator.com Paige Gilligan, Agrestic Solutions Inc., Tempe, AZ, paige@agresticsolutions.com Region II Clark Springfield, Texas A&M, College Station, TX, hcspringfield@ag.tamu.edu Melissa Sanders, AdFarm, Kansas City, MO, melissa.sanders@adfarmonline.com Region III Cliff Meyer, Farm & Ranch Guide/Minnesota Farm Guide, Bismarck, ND, cmeyer@farmandranchguide.com Russ Parker, J.L.
While the net curtains in the sleepy neighbourhood of Agrestic begin to twitch, Nancy becomes a big cog in the community's surprisingly lucrative supply chain.
5 Doug (Kevin Nealon) is Nancy's best customer, her accountant--and a city council member of Weeds' "ticky-tacky" planned community, Agrestic.
The Atlantic slave trade, ending only in the nineteenth century, depopulated Africa and left African societies carrying burdens of polygyny, agrestic and domestic slavery, and disrupted ecology.