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industrial

(ĭn-dŭs′trē-ĭl)
Pert. to the workplace and the work done there.
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The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) New Jersey Chapter has reported that the demand for industrial space in New Jersey has shown continual improvement since the uptrend started in the summer of 1993.
moderated the annual press conference to debut SIOR's 1997 national market guide entitled Comparative Statistics of Industrial and Office Real Estate Markets.
Whether it is a one-day, live performance before an enthusiastic business crowd of sales and marketing people, a corporate training video about filling out insurance forms, or a traveling one-hour show, industrials offer an employment bonanza for dancers--higher income.
Industrials had their beginnings in the 1950s when textile companies used Broadway dancers to exhibit their products to potential buyers.
The latest changes will increase representation of the technology, finance and healthcare sectors in the Dow industrials.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 12, 1997--The Wall Street Journal announced today that four stocks will be changed in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, effective with trading Monday, March 17.
today announced a significant new release of its Industrial Application Server software.
Industrial and manufacturing companies today demand sustainable, highly integrated applications that can adapt to their stringent requirements for reliability, flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness," said Steve Garbrecht, product marketing manager for Wonderware's Industrial Application Server.
the leader in the stormwater treatment industry, today introduces the Stormwater Management StormFilter(R) for industrial markets.
While the StormFilter has application in a cross section of industries where stormwater runoff might introduce pollutants into waterways, Stormwater Management's Industrial & Remediation Business unit will initially focus on specific core industries, including ship and boat yards, lead acid battery manufacturers, scrap yards, galvanizers, lumber mills, transportation and maintenance yards, and industrial facilities with galvanized metal roofs.

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