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  • a  not having highly developed manufacturing enterprises
    a nonindustrial society

  • The chief trouble is that the nonindustrial two-thirds of the human race is increasing so rapidly that it cannot become industrial.
  • DPJ leaders say they want to boost Japan's nonindustrial economy by lowering taxes paid by local businesses, developing new environmental technologies and creating jobs in health .
  • He is smoothly confident, however, that Caltech will be able "to maintain a nonindustrial, unhurried, even nonmetropolitan atmosphere of informality and intimacy.
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  • Sign up for Emergency Forest Restoration Program announced
    An Ice Storm has caused severe damage in Emanuel County. Nonindustrial private forest (NIPF) landowners suffering severe damage may be eligible for assistance under the Emergency Forest Restoration Program (EFRP) that is administered by the Emanuel County Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Office,
    March 13, 2014 - The Swainsboro Forest-Blade

  • James Gregory in Seattle Times
    Nonindustrial private forests in the United States provide enormous public benefits. These forests protect water and air quality, provide wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities and also act to sequester carbon, which helps mitigate climate... Tom Harkin AgWeb Apr 17, 2008 68069 90762 nonindustrial We have a strong tradition of thinking about farming as sort of noble and protected and nonindustrial," Gregory said. "Someone that says, 'I want my kids to work with me on the family farm,' seems to be saying something a little different...

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