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Definition of Artel
1. a collective farm in Russia [n -S]
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Literary usage of Artel
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1. Who are the Slavs?: A Contribution to Race Psychology by Paul Rankov Radosavljevich (1919)
"Russian "artel" and ... sorts of new conditions such as modern industry brings, and is especially exemplified in the Russian artel or an organized body of ..."
2. Free Russia by William Hepworth Dixon (1870)
"An artel is an association of workmen following the same craft, and organized on certain ... An artel is a commune carried from the country into the town. ..."
3. Rural Credits, Land and Cooperative by Myron Timothy Herrick, R. Ingalls (1914)
"The artel.—Early Cooperative Loan and Savings Society.—Moscow Agricultural Association.—Schulze-Delitzsch Banks.—Credit Societies.—General Board for Small ..."
4. The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts by John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell (1826)
"Observations artel Experiments on the Structure and Functions of the Spoti^e. By ROBERT E. GRANT, ..."
5. The Red Reign: The True Story of an Adventurous Year in Russia by Kellogg Durland (1908)
"... Russia—Time of small consequence to Russian workmen— Russian holidays numerous—The working-day—Cost of living not low—Coal mines—The artel—Morality—The ..."