economic consumption

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Synonyms for economic consumption

(economics) the utilization of economic goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing

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Female sexual and alimentary appetites are considered alongside "contingently oral" activities, such as learning (the thirst for knowledge), public speech, and economic consumption.
We increasingly live in a world in which economic consumption and production more closely resemble population.
Back then I was struck by America's ambient tension, the perpetually unsatisfied gluttony of a nation of economic consumption units: a disunited, brittle society of competitors fraught with the accompanying pathologies of envy and fear.
In this way, the time and economic consumption of each measurement are reduced, as costly cleaning procedures of the measurement cell are avoided and the lifetime of the electrolyte is increased.
If our expectations of stronger economic consumption by private householders, and for domestic demand as a whole are not fulfilled, we would accordingly revise our assessment in accordance with our monetary policy," he said in an interview.
The tax rebate will result in some economic consumption among low-income people, and the expensing for businesses will have an immediate impact," says Jefferson.
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