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industrial

(ĭn-dŭs′trē-ĭl)
Pert. to the workplace and the work done there.
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Kloster Corp, 13820 Industrial Park Blvd, Minneapolis, MN, 55441-3715 tel: 763/559-2018 fax: 763/559-1121#
The average asking rent for industrial space in the region was $11.
Akron Equipment Company Alsop Industrial Services, Inc.
But Roberto Barragan, a member of Hahn's Industrial Development Policy Initiative Task Force, has talked about establishing such an entity even though it already exists.
This radical shift in industrial production is more robust, adaptable and inherently cleaner than old-line manufacturing methods," he continued.
Industrial liners, construction film, and heavy-duty bags are high-volume, low-margin businesses.
The Industrial era's highly structured division of labor enabled the systematic and even automatic design of work processes.
REVISION OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION
The shift of concern from a combination of industrial waste and sewage waste to a focus primarily on sewage was linked to a transition in science from an environmental theory of disease to a germ theory of disease.
Industrials had their beginnings in the 1950s when textile companies used Broadway dancers to exhibit their products to potential buyers.
The case for industrial policy can be summarized in one word: Japan.
For nearly 60 years, black Washingtonians have linked the words Industrial Bank to real estate loans.

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