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Definition of Nonconsuming
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Literary usage of Nonconsuming
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1. Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the by P. Gaskell (1836)
"... nonconsuming machines, and to drive away the cultivators of the soil, and the consumers of produce, to foreign climes, when there are seventeen millions ..."
2. Industry and Trade: Historical and Descriptive Account of Their Development by Avard Longley Bishop, Albert Galloway Keller (1918)
"... two slightly sepa- • rated carbon points, while in the incandescent lamp the current heats to a glow a nonconsuming filament sealed in a vacuum bulb. ..."
3. Industry and Trade: Historical and Descriptive Account of Their Development by Avard Longley Bishop, Albert Galloway Keller (1918)
"... two slightly separated carbon points, while in the incandescent lamp the current heats to a glow a nonconsuming filament sealed in a vacuum bulb. ..."
4. Gender Equality and Investments in Adolescents in the Rural Philippines by Howarth E. Bouis (1998)
"... result from reducing the number of nonconsuming members or by giving higher marginal shares to individuals whose FS/ES ratios fall below 1.0 or both. ..."
5. Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1905)
"... reasons permits to divert 100.36 cubic feet per second for power and other nonconsuming purposes to develop 262 horsepower have been canceled. Colorado. ..."
6. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports by United States Bureau of Manufactures (1907)
"Goods must be so attractively brought to the attention of the people of this nonconsuming class that they will be induced to produce something that will be ..."