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careful in the use of material resources

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using the minimum of time or resources necessary for effectiveness

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of or relating to an economy, the system of production and management of material wealth

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avoiding waste

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The MDPS studies have found 68% of the Qatari males and 36% females above 15 years as economically active.
15% of the not economically active population was accounted for by the discouraged, while 85% were due to other reasons (i.
During the same period, the number of economically inactive women seeking work increased from 1,363,000 to 1,379,000.
The TUC said the full "want work" count - a combination of the unemployment count and economically inactive people seeking work - is 4,103,000 people.
In May 2006, the Ministry of Construction investigated China's housing security system together with relevant policy research institutes to overcome the shortcomings of the economically affordable housing system, and draw a final conclusion that China's housing security system needed an adjustment (Guo and Chang, 2008).
However, airlines of economically advancing countries in the Developing World such as Taiwan, India, and Brazil, the death risk per flight was 1 in 2 million.
Even though some 45% (860 000) of the Bulgarians between 15 and 34 are not economically active, only 97 400 of them are registered as unemployed.
The Department of Transportation plans new guidance to ensure that Recovery Act funds go to economically distressed areas, under prodding from House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Edolphus Towns, D-NY.
Obviously, besides the added testing costs, leaving the material sit on the site for that long is not economically or logistically feasible for the demolition contractor or the owner of the site," says Turley.
3] still amounts to a significant health risk, the agency maintains that the PEL set in the final rules is the lowest level that is economically and technologically feasible.
2 is asked: "Is it economically viable to repair this item and re-sell it as an intact item?
Peat fuel has been used for centuries in Irish households and this less-polluting form of energy still plays a significant role for the production of economically priced power generation in Ireland, Finland, Russia and other eastern European countries.
The attackers' aim appears to be covert gathering and transmitting of commercially or economically valuable information," the warning stated.
The economically inactive have signing on as a benchmark of progress.
By demonstrating "how economically viable, let alone environmentally responsible such standards can be our hope is that the private sector will see the benefits and choose to come on board.
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