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financial system

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careful use of material resources

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the efficient use of resources

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frugality in the expenditure of money or resources

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--Bennet Cuthbertson, from A System for the Compleat Interior Management and Oeconomy of a Battalion of Infantry.
As he later noted, deploying "economy" in this context was intended to return it to its origins in the Greek term oeconomy, describing the "organisation of the household, in which ...
The narrator does all he can to heighten the minister's flirtation: "he was obliged now and then to mingle his legs with mine, which I soon observ'd disorder'd the oeconomy of his spiritual meditations, which I, as if by chance, encreas'd, by now and then a squeeze of his knees between mine, then would start, cast down my eyes, affect to be confus'd, &c" (VI.38-9).
IATA added that Oeconomy travel has generally been stronger than premium travel over the past six or more monthsO.
An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Oeconomy: being an Essay on the Science of Domestic Policy in Free Nations.
Illness inhibits sympathy, or the appreciation of "the beauty of that accommodation which reigns in the palaces and oeconomy of the great" (183).
(68) To follow metropolitan fashion, one author explained, showed "that delicacy, the chief grace of the female character; and oeconomy, the support not merely of honesty alone, but of generosity, are deemed objects only of secondary importance" (69)--and that was not acceptable.
Steuart, James (1767), Principles of Political Oeconomy, A Millar and T Cadell, Londres.
F course, the best hope for the North East Oeconomy in the current climate is that the private sector can provide the stimulus for the recovery.
(26) He defined 'oeconomy' as the art of well governing a man's house and its fortunes and he came to this view from his experiences at the inns of court in the 1620s.
Carelessness and want of oeconomy are universally disapproved of, not, however, as proceeding from a want of benevolence, but from the want of the proper attention to the objects of self-interest.
In Christian Oeconomy, his book on family life, Perkins makes that division more explicit, defining the "family" as "a natural and simple society of certain persons having mutual relations one to another under the private government of one" (416).
The Moravians needed money to support their missionary enterprises, and Bethlehem's unique communal, church-controlled economy, or Oeconomy, was structured to bring in lots of it.
Nakazawa examines the economic thought of Edmund Burke and finds it less a matter of straightforward laissez-faire technical determinations than of subtle "political oeconomy." The chief ingredient in Burke's economic thought, as in all his political judgments, Nakazawa maintains, is prudence rather than a set of specific rules--a conclusion that Russell Kirk would doubtless have found agreeable.
(1767) An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Oeconomy: being an Essay on the Science of Domestic Policy in Free Nations ..., 2 vols., London; repr.