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Given that diagnosis, now is no time for Congress and the president to create any more economic instability.

When more people are working and more economic activity takes place, deposits rise and the demand for loans rises.

Worse, unlike solar power, windpower is not likely to become more economic in the future.

Things like more economic development, better education, and “gender-equality measures.”

Yet if he retaliates with more economic sanctions or some military move, Pyongyang might start climbing the escalatory ladder.

Slavery in its more economic form naturally spread to the Kentucky district as the western frontier of Virginia became settled.

Some of them were arriving in taxis; others, less lucky or more economic, were tripping by on foot along the pavement.

But there is a much more economic and magnetic accompaniment, the before-mentioned buzzing commentary of the audience.

I have prepared my lecture today upon a subject which is, perhaps, of more economic interest than historical.

In trying to evolve a system of incentives that would lead to a more economic use of resources, the PCR is facing a dilemma.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to economic, such as: budgetary, commercial, fiscal, industrial, monetary, and bread and butter.

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