consumption

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  • Three other applications make up nearly all the rest of the consumption.
  • This means that all food for immediate and long term consumption was produced from land.
  • This means that all food for immediate and long term consumption was produced from land.
  • We must take additional steps to cut long-term consumption. Cited from State of the Union, Gerald R. Ford
  • They may do so for both or either on and off-premises consumption.
  • This can include a number of different steps, some prior to transport, others immediately prior to consumption.
  • Regular consumptions might lead to health problems caused by long-term metal exposure.
  • After consumption, they do not eat or drink until the following day.
  • It has also been suggested that longer telomeres might cause increased energy consumption.
  • In economic sense, a duty is also a kind of consumption tax.
  • But higher oil prices led to development of more oil fields around the world and reduced global consumption.
  • Some studies suggest that milk consumption may increase the risk of suffering from certain health problems.
  • This helped to start the 19th-century tradition of horse meat consumption in France.
  • Drawbacks of the technology include high energy consumption and long warm-up times from a cold state.
  • Ideas from this project later became a part of his Theory of the Consumption Function.
  • Civil wars may result in large numbers of casualties and the consumption of significant resources.
  • This may permit a reduction in board space, power consumption, and total system cost.
  • Most producers are small-scale farmers either for home consumption or local markets.
  • Despite these laws, the late 19th century saw an increase in opiate consumption.
  • They are family-friendly, and alcohol consumption is not part of the culture.
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Words starting with consumption

Meaning of consumption

  • noun The process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
  • noun (economics) the utilization of economic goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing
    the consumption of energy has increased steadily
  • noun The act of consuming something