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  • adj. Comparative of green.

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Examples

  • Interest in greener buildings has skyrocketed in the last decade.

    David Shepler: What Does It Take to Achieve a Net-Zero-Energy Home?

  • Sure, greener is better, but what is the reason we are where we are?

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  • Using its strong brand recognition and fueled by tremendous growth and interest in greener more eco-friendly household products Clorox has introduced a new product line called Green Works.

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  • Pro analysis: With Asante Samuel and Randall Gay taking more green in greener pastures, Wheatley should have an opportunity to earn a role for the AFC champs immediately.

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  • When profits were high I would do things like resurface the parking lot, or put in greener infrastructure like solar panels and things to make the place more sustainable and profitable.

    View From Ground Zero

  • Living in greener neighborhoods or in closer proximity to grocery stores is associated with reduced risk of being overweight, according to a study of more than 7,000 children ages three to 18 conducted by researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine; the Department of Geography, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; and the University of Cincinnati.

    Sell the Sizzle, Not the Steak

  • These tips and bits of advice are easy steps that alert our mind, and raise our consciousness to the fact that living greener is simple.

    On Rest and Travel with Sara Snow

  • "Some argue that BRT would be 'greener' - but the available studies indicate that this isn't true," she said.

    Historic Princeton Train Line Faces Possible Replacement

  • That not only saves money, but is arguably "greener" - with fewer trucks making fewer trips, emitting fewer pollutants, and causing less wear and tear on roads.

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  • Last time these cast members competed it was for the heart of Bret Michaels or Flavor Flav, but on "I Love Money" the stakes are arguably higher - and definitely "greener" -- the winner is walking away with $250,000!

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