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- n. Alternative spelling of mechanization.
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- n. Mechanization.
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- n. the condition of having a highly technical implementation
- n. the act of implementing the control of equipment with advanced technology; usually involving electronic hardware
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Andy of Leeds was pointing out what I would call the mechanisation of murder under Socialism in the 20th Century alone.
Although traditional methods of production (especially in Africa) are more costly in manpower than for other yams, the introduction of complete field mechanisation, which is now a reality, should reduce production costs and make this crop more competitive as a tropical carbohydrate food and also enable it to maintain or improve its position on the export market.
Tannias are of particular value for intercropping with plantation crops, but their future probably depends upon whether costs of production can be reduced by improved cultural techniques, such as mechanisation, the use of herbicides and the application of fertilisers.
Economically the most important part of the yam is its tuber This can vary greatly in shape and size and makes manual harvesting very difficult and has so far prevented any kind of mechanisation in harvesting.
It's a mechanical plot and Mitchell is drawn to mechanisation.
Sure there might have been some mechanisation back then.
Agriculture must provide employment in rural areas to generate incomes for poor peoples, and labour-displacing farm mechanisation must be discouraged.
Charting the mechanisation of the Donbas area of the Ukraine, it is an aural assault of collaged industrial sounds, as harsh, heavy and blaring as the work itself.
Too young in 1918, too old in 1939, bewildered by both the mechanisation of cavalry regiments and the "modern" girl, Maryngton has his wish only after his death from pneumonia.
There was a time when talk of mechanisation was limited to the factory floor.