diversification

[ dih-vur-suh-fi-key-shuh n, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diversification

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERSIFICATION

How this diversification is to be brought about for the Negro is one of the most important questions.

The diversification which protection makes is forced and artificial.

None are excluded from achieving that diversification of pursuits among the people which brings wealth and contentment.

Pages of examples might be cited to show the variety and the diversification available with different types.

Language resulted in the context of diversification of practical human experiences.

Tools supported the effort of diversification of practical experiences, as well as the effort of expanding the subsistence base.

Diversification of social activities increases opportunities for his initiative and endeavor.

This reaches back, of course, to unit costs and diversification, and many allied subjects.

Additional unemployment for negro tenant farmers was an expected result of this diversification.

This argument proceeds upon the assumption that there would be no diversification of labor without protection.

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