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Is not each railway the best judge for itself of the profitableness of long-distance traffic?
RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
Such circumstances always greatly enhance the profitableness of lateral hauls to minor connecting roads.
RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
In the present day, the profitableness of good conduct is still inculcated, but in a sounder spirit.
THE TOWNLEIGH HUNT
The profitableness of making sugar from sorghum depends largely on utilizing all waste products.
THE PRAIRIE FARMER, VOL. 56, NO. 2, JANUARY 12, 1884VARIOUS
The profitableness of the trade brought in larger capital, and led to the erection of mills, with water power as the motive force.
WOMEN IN MODERN INDUSTRYB. L. HUTCHINS
The question of profitableness of a good many of her employments was often in her mind during these three years.
A CHRISTMAS ACCIDENT AND OTHER STORIESANNIE ELIOT TRUMBULL
Nor does the profitableness of godliness end with the possession of blessings so inestimable as these.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE PASTORAL EPISTLESALFRED PLUMMER
Now he resumes the question of the profitableness of religion.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF JOBROBERT WATSON
Nothing more was required to prove the profitableness of glass-making.
THE BEGINNERS OF A NATIONEDWARD EGGLESTON.
Slavery and profitableness of crops had prevented diversity of pursuits.
THE GALAXY, APRIL, 1877VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PROFITABLENESS

  • bankability
  • marketability
  • marketableness
  • merchandisableness
  • profitableness
  • salability
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