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an economic system built on large industries rather than on agriculture or craftsmanship

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You see in the background a river with industrialization on one side and nature on the other side being bridged by the O'Sullivan's cushioned heel; a way for people to cross over the dividing waters to a healthier life than offered by industrialism.
The USGBC began awarding the Radical Industrialism Award in 2013 in honor of Ray Anderson, the late founder and chairman of sustainable-minded carpet manufacturer, Interface, Inc.
The second chapter, "Industrialism, Instrumentality, and 'antiquity so appealing'," traces the development of industrialism in the nineteenth century, particularly in England.
As he affirmed in one of his favorite passages from I'll Take My Stand, a passage he often quoted himself "This much is clear: If a community, or a race, or an age, is groaning under industrialism, and well aware that it is an evil dispensation, it must find a way to throw it off.
In spite of the Agrarians' claim that New England Protestantism was tainted by its links with industrialism and commerce in the United States, the fact is that the Baptist Christianity widespread in the southern United States during Ransom and Tate's time traces its heritage directly to evangelical New England Protestantism and Puritanism.
Well, to my mind the first is minimalism and the other is industrialism. I believe both trends have experienced a great run between them.
The topics include the ecological industrialism bet, building an ontological model for software requirements engineering analyzing enterprise system post-implementation use of manufacturing processes in small and medium Greek companies, a new methodology for business process improvement, methods for assessing the quality of enterprise voice-over-internet-protocol communications, social networks' location-based services, and an approach to constructing software solutions based on information systems architecture principles.
In its seven large panels, here brought together and displayed in a single unifying thick dark frame, Pushwagner (real name: Terje Brofos) has assembled a Bruegelesque mise-en-scene of urbanism, industrialism, and war.
We think we've gotten past Corbusier-style industrialism, jettisoning sameness for all time, but this is a fallacy.
Anderson gave more than 1,500 talks on eco issues and published two books about his radical industrialism. He was a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology, recipient of eight honorary doctorates, and board member of universities, foundations and councils.
Any student of architectural design will know that Art-Deco style emphasises the modern industrialism of the time, employing only man-made materials: concrete, brick, metal, glass, and plastics.
The modern democracy not only has nothing to do with Hellenic worldview, but also was determined by two contrasting but powerful forces, one of them was the Cromwell's revolution and the industrialism that collaborated to create an atmosphere of free choice.
Our choice is between industrialism and de-industrialization.
Bethesda, MD, May 04, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Our nation's capital is home to a wealth of government buildings and historical gems, but for its residents it's also a place of booming industrialism and home to a rapidly growing population of men, women and children from all over the world.
Jennifer Harris (ed.), Foreigners: Secret Artefacts of Industrialism, Black Swan Press, Perth, 2009.