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They are such wonderful quality, rich colours and eyecatching layouts, it's going to be hard to actually let go of them, but I think it'll be nice to add a professional touch to my packages from now on with these little cards, while keeping everything else mostly handmade, recycled & minimal/ unwasteful as possible.
It is compressed and solidified thinking, every sentence being as essential and as unwasteful as a passage of Browning.
There was, indeed, in the very type of her beauty a hint of a carefully calculated, unwasteful adaptation of means to ends quite in the spirit of their sparing ways.
Their dominant positions in Congress have allowed them to funnel massive amounts of money away from the "wasteful" Republican distrincts, and into the "unwasteful" Democrat districts.
This means that the market and not a bureaucracy determines the provisioning of health care services and ensures that citizens have an incentive to become informed, and unwasteful, consumers fostering competition among service providers to drive costs lower and service levels higher.
My boring, and disappointingly unwasteful, new game is to add those two numbers and see just how much I can get out of a tank.