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industrial

(ĭn-dŭs′trē-ĭl)
Pert. to the workplace and the work done there.
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Fuel Diversification Trend to Strongly Influence Industrial
Industrial polyethylene film includes stretch and shrink films, industrial liners, multi-wall sacks, cross-laminated film, rack and counter bags, bubble packaging, agricultural film, construction film, and heavy-duty sacks.
Industrial biotechnology companies have discovered new ways to harness several enzymes to improve various pulping processes.
Barragan and Simril said Friday that their idea for an industrial development authority differs from what already exists.
The strength of industrial leasing is due in part to the changing economics of the industrial market, Rosenberg said.
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
Akron Equipment Company Alsop Industrial Services, Inc.
Kloster Corp, 13820 Industrial Park Blvd, Minneapolis, MN, 55441-3715 tel: 763/559-2018 fax: 763/559-1121#
In 1865 a royal commission on river pollution was appointed to among other things determine "how far by new arrangements, the refuse arising from industrial processes can be kept out of the streams or rendered harmless .
Industrials had their beginnings in the 1950s when textile companies used Broadway dancers to exhibit their products to potential buyers.
In fact, it is one of the basic principles of Japan's industrial policy that precisely because they are collectively protected, the different enterprises within each industry must remain fiercely competitive with each other, lest they become sluggish and self-indulgent.

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