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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhunter-gathererˌhunter-ˈgatherer noun [countable]  a member of a group of people that lives by hunting and looking for plants that can be eaten, rather than by keeping animals for food or by growing crops
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hunter-gathererBut for all this, the fact remains that the citizen of the agricultural welfare state is not a primal hunter-gatherer.
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