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"As our per capita plastic consumption is set to increase from current 6 Kg to 8 Kg and plastic has become an indispensable item in our lives and manufacturing, I believe this is the right time to strengthen this sector and we are launching a new national initiative with UNIDO which aims to increase production and income volumes by almost 40%"announced Rishad Bathiudeen, Minister of Industry and Commerce of Sri Lanka on10 May in Colombo.
One of them turned out to be an indispensable item in my fly box.
It is almost indispensable item in the making of most curries and is used generously.
* Indispensable item: Ziploc bags: keep all your bits and pieces dry at minimal cost
Then they became an indispensable item in middle and lower-class households.
Nicholas Riasanovsky is a classic Russian historian, whose textbooks have been an indispensable item on the desks of many generations of graduate students and scholars.
That's why Cassell's Dictionary Of Catchphrases is sure to become an indispensable item on any cultivated cove's book shelf, unearthing the lineage for all your favourite lines.
But for me, despite all the other attractions, there is only one truly indispensable item in this paper: Ask Yve.
"These parents know they can come to our stores and find this inexpensive and yet indispensable item for letting them know whether a child has a mild fever or, perhaps, needs immediate medical attention."
It also comes complete with matching coloured carrying case for easy storage and is an indispensable item for any sporting events, outdoor concerts, picnics or fishing activities etc.
IT HAS BEEN ALMOST TWO DECADES since nebula filters became an indispensable item in the eyepiece case of every serious observer.
The analysts of Forit predict that the mobile phone will soon become an indispensable item of the consumer's everyday life -- much like house keys -- and will take users beyond normal voice telephony phone calls.