Clearly, there is deterioration industrially
in case of both Maharashtra and Gujarat.
In his 1997 book Heirloom Vegetable Gardening (Henry Holt and Company), William Woys Weaver argues that conventional, industrially
produced hybrids may fall prey to the same problem.
Assuming NZNO wanted to continue representing midwives industrially
, Harre recommended that it improve its communication with these members, alerting them to NZNO's campaigns and how they could get involved, and encourage their participation in discussion on bargaining options.
Di-n-octyl phthalate: No commercial uses, but makes up approximately 20% of the industrially
important C6-10 phthalate mixture, which is used to manufacture a variety of commercial products, including flooring, carpet tiles, tarps, pool liners, garden hoses, seam cements, bottle cap liners, and conveyor belts.
Each workstation features an industrially
hardened touch-panel PC equipped with the Siemens SIMATIC WinAC controller.
Animal rights crusader Brigitte Bardot yesterday urged British gourmets to boycott foie gras and other industrially
raised French farm products.
Jean-Claude Depoil, regional head of the French farming union, admitted 80 per cent of industrially
produced meat in France was tainted with illegal hormones and antibiotics linked to cancer.
In addition to the temporal imprecision (an unfortunately common occurrence), there is little evidence in the book or in the history of England, the United States, or any other industrially
developed nation in the later nineteenth century to support this assertion.
Today, while a prominent architectural critic may laud a newer, industrially
influenced techno-pop design, a community activist decries its clear glass Lincoln Log effect.
Driving along roads awash with cattle and herdsmen, I was struck by the contradiction of a country which is both industrially
developed and yet maintains a basically peasant rural population.
Normal Life: A Study of War and Industrially
The other new offering is Hunkar's own private-brand design of a 386-type, IBM-compatible personal-computer terminal, which is industrially
"hardened" and includes a 60-MB hard disk and floppy-disk drive--all for $2700.