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That's a, let's say, unique way of cost-cutting and economisation. posted by Chirayu @ 1:12:00 PM postCount'111458724328941324';
But this next carries with it the improved efficiency of the producers themselves, with whom, however, the standpoint changes from the mere economisation of physical energies to the higher economy of organic evolution.
I may as well state here, that for the economisation of space the buoy for floating out anchor was an india-rubber ball, made of the same materials as an ordinary air-cushion, and distended in the same way.
A central axis of this reform has been an increasing economisation of competition law.
The two most common forms of free cooling are air-side economisation and water-side economisation.