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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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A study of official statistics showed there are 1,379,000 economically inactive women seeking work, compared to 920,000 men.
What evocative imagery does the Economically Inactive conjure up for you?
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 prime question emerges: "Is it economically viable for me to hand-dismantle this item into its various materials or should I send it to a more specialized processor?
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.
About 1 028 000 Bulgarians aged between 15 and 34 are economically active, which is 54.
Although the Recovery Act requires that economically distressed areas get priority in funding, the Government Accountability Office reported in July that DOT had not developed clear guidance for steering the funds.
Recycled aggregates in general were developed to economically place these types of materials back into roads and building slabs," says one New Jersey recycler.
We want to broaden the pool so that more people will purchase homes in those areas,'' agency spokeswoman Evan Gerberding said about the higher limits in economically distressed areas.
It is urgent that the-public demand that the government direct its energy and resources towards creating more sustainable forestry practices, both environmentally and economically.
In his article he refers to the high level of economically inactive Neets (people not in education, employment or training) we have here in Wales.
ISLAMABAD, March 20, 2012 (Frontier Star): In order to strengthen the vigilance on the audit reporting , the SECP has directed all economically significant companies to appoint their statutory external auditors from chartered accountants (CA) firms.
A designated employer with 149 employees or fewer should use the national economically active population for the upper two levels of the workforce (top and senior management).
When program benefits are compared to costs, Project Employability is economically efficient, producing net societal benefits of $4,025 per participant or on the average $1.
No one has offered compelling arguments that space industrialization would be economically competitive with manufacturing on earth when a comparable capital investment is made.
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