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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As regards friction.

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  • Other people may be "frictionally" unemployed, as a result of their freedom to change their jobs.

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  • In fact, the figure encompasses millions who are between jobs (the "frictionally" uninsured), others who are eligible for government health programs but are not enrolled, those who could reasonably afford health insurance but go without, and illegal immigrants.

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  • Io "" gets stretched, pulled and stretched back and forth, so it's frictionally heated, like pulling a piece of metal, '' says Alfred McEwen, a Galileo imaging team member from the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona.

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  • The inner surface is frictionally attached to the elevation hub

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  • As disclosed in the Kissinger patent, "the pull rod 25 for entering the upper channel [is] frictionally grasped between typically two hollow rubber frictional pad members 30, 31."

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  • Thus, Keynes lambasted Pigou for allegedly holding the "conviction … that money makes no real difference except frictionally and that the theory of unemployment can be worked out … as being based on 'real' exchanges."

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  • The conviction, which runs, for example, through almost all Professor Pigou's work, that money makes no real difference except frictionally and that the theory of production and employment can be worked out (like Mill's) as being based on 'real' exchanges with money introduced perfunctorily in a later chapter, is the modern version of the classical tradition.

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  • I think she would be considered frictionally unemployed at that point rather than cyclically unemployed.

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  • The conviction, which runs, for example, through almost all Professor Pigou's work, that money makes no real difference except frictionally and that the theory of production and employment can be worked out (like

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