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  • There is little industry in the country, and the local market for industrial products is small.
  • Before the industrial era, travel by water was often easier than over land.
  • Some suggested various industrial activities around the Dead Sea might need to be reduced.
  • See also military-industrial complex, arms industry, military industry and modern warfare.
  • Industrial development soon dominated the local economy, and it continues to do so today.
  • The first industrial concerns were set up in the early years of the 20th century.
  • The year ends with a six-month industrial project.
  • The primary sector is usually most important in less developed countries, and typically less important in industrial countries.
  • Small independent units continued to be active in the industrial city of Birmingham.
  • In Western Europe large scale industrial production started in the beginning of the 1960s.
  • The industrial sector is less developed than most other regions in Spain.
  • Many industrial and municipal sources have since then been greatly reduced.
  • During the 1960s and 1980s, several large-scale industrial companies were established.
  • The growing demand for the Industrial Revolution would drive development as well.
  • Visitors to the new town commented on its growing commercial and industrial work.
  • The new industrial elite were seen by many as enemies to the social order.
  • However none of these have yet reached a point where they can be used for industrial-scale synthesis.
  • Dedicated plants are used for large-scale industrial production.
  • An industrial society can be defined in many ways.
  • Over that time, small and large scale industrial plants have always had use for measurements.
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Synonyms of industrial

Meaning of industrial

  • adjective Of or relating to or resulting from industry
    industrial output
  • adjective Having highly developed industries
    the industrial revolution, an industrial nation