Definition of Subindustries

1. Noun. (plural of subindustry) ¹



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Definition of Subindustries

1. subindustry [n] - See also: subindustry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subindustries

subincusations
subindex
subindexes
subindicate
subindicated
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subindices
subindividual
subindividuals
subinduce
subinduced
subinduces
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subindustries (current term)
subindustry
subinfeodation
subinfeodations
subinfer
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subinfeudate
subinfeudated
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subinfeudating
subinfeudation
subinfeudations
subinfeuded

Literary usage of Subindustries

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1. Foreign Direct Investment in the U. S.: An Update, Review and Analysis of by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Within a given two-digit industry, the shares for the component subindustries may vary considerably. In Table 7-1 Data for Foreign-Owned Manufacturing ..."

2. Tax Policy: Pharmaceutical Industry's Use of the Research Tax Credit by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... Credit Provides a Smaller Tax Benefit Than Some Other Credits Note: The indented items in the first column are subindustries whose credit, percentages, ..."

3. Cooperative Purchasing: Effects Are Likely to Vary Among Governments and by James M. McDermott, Martin H. DeAlteriis, Vasiliki Theodoropoulus (1999)
"In addition, the size of the effects on specific suppliers of subindustries could be larger or smaller than the averages for the industry groups included in ..."

4. Scientists, Engineers and Technicians in Manufacturing Industriesby Richard E. Morrison by Richard E. Morrison (1995)
"... differ from those in the prior (1986) report on manufacturing industries because a number of industries or subindustries were newly created, ..."

5. Reports of the Immigration Commission by William Paul Dillingham (1911)
"... of the immigrants than any summarized tables could give, and a number of them throw a good deal of light on immigrant farming in special subindustries. ..."

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