• Fresco: The Industrial Arts of War
    Fresco: The Industrial Arts of War
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv industriously in an industrious manner "they hoed up weeds industriously all morning"
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Timbering—one of the first English industries in the New World. (Painting by Sidney E. King.) Timbering—one of the first English industries in the New World. (Painting by Sidney E. King.)

Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The "naked recreation and travel" industry has grown by 233% in the past decade
    • industriously In an industrious manner; with habitual diligence; assiduously.
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  • Thomas Szasz
    “Adulthood is the ever-shrinking period between childhood and old age. It is the apparent aim of modern industrial societies to reduce this period to a minimum.”
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
    “Who can guess how much industry and providence and affection we have caught from the pantomime of brutes?”
  • David Sarnoff
    David Sarnoff
    “The great menace to the life of an industry is industrial self-complacency.”
  • Charles Dickens
    “Industry is the soul of business and the keystone of prosperity.”
  • Andrew Carnegie
    “Concentration is my motto -- first honesty, then industry, then concentration.”
  • Thomas Carlyle
    “There are but two ways of paying debt: Increase of industry in raising income, increase of thrift in laying out.”


Smokestack industry - Heavy industries like iron and steel production, especially if they produce a lot of pollution, are smokestack industries.


In literature:

They know that somewhere, by somebody, the development of industry is being controlled.
"The New Freedom" by Woodrow Wilson
The negro has not been so fortunate in his attempts to make a place for himself in the industrial world.
"Our Foreigners" by Samuel P. Orth
It will be found that wealth increases simultaneously in industrious nations.
"Rebuilding Britain" by Alfred Hopkinson
But can we possibly distinguish between industrial and political matters?
"Recent Developments in European Thought" by Various
For instance, the end may be the selection of the most efficient laborers for particular industries.
"Psychology and Industrial Efficiency" by Hugo Münsterberg
The trades and general industries for which women are suited are highly localized.
"Women Wage-Earners" by Helen Campbell
There is danger, however, of generalizing too soon in regard to these industries.
"Vocational Guidance for Girls" by Marguerite Stockman Dickson
Another industry, less commendable, grew up in this as in other shipping centres.
"American Merchant Ships and Sailors" by Willis J. Abbot
There were industrial openings for men on every side; and with our rapid increase in population, an army of teachers was required.
"Woman in Modern Society" by Earl Barnes
Under the workings of the industrial board the average cost is no more than $20.
"How To Write Special Feature Articles" by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer

In poetry:

That elm, that now rises in glory,
Was then but a sapling plant ;
That shepherd, whose head is grown hoary,
A youth in industry and want.
"The last time I stood" by Mary Anne Browne
It is almost over.
I am in control.
Here is my honey-machine,
It will work without thinking,
Opening, in spring, like an industrious virgin
"Stings" by Sylvia Plath
Let working-clothes be laid aside,
And Industry in festal garb arrayed;
Let busy brain and hand from toil and trade
Relax at Christmas-tide.
"Christmas-Tide" by Hattie Howard
"He in safety industriously plies
His sweet honest work all the day,
Then home with his earnings he flies;
Nor in thieving his time wastes away."—
"Wasps In A Garden" by Charles Lamb
But while this pining, pouting Muse
The interval ignores,
Deft industry, no time to lose,
Contrives and carries, hoists and hews,
And symmetry restores.
"Improvement." by Hattie Howard
I hear from out that sunlit land which lies
Beyond these clouds that gather darkly o'er us,
The happy sounds of industry arise
In swelling peaceful chorus.
"Obsequies Of Stuart" by John Reuben Thompson

In news:

Graham Brent, NCCCO, believes that the oil and gas industry can make use of and learn from the construction industry 's personnel certification system for crane operators.
The Music Industry Was Never The Record-Manufacturing Industry.
Among the film-industry legends and titans of industry who populate the ranks of larger-than-life Angelenos, Charles Fletcher Lummis, born 152 years ago on March 1, cuts a unique figure.
Capacity discipline, the airline industry term for keeping a tight rein on flight schedules, continued to dampen the local visitor industry in August.
MCS, Inc, a leader in industrial inkjet technology, camera systems and digital production solutions, has released its 2012 industry survey, which is now available for public download from the MCS website.
Industry Public House concocts new drinks from industrial past.
The Rangefinder Editors went through nominations from editors, bloggers, veteran photographers, wedding industry professionals to pick the top 30 photographers in the wedding industry who have been in business for five years or less.
The same can be said for industry magazines like Bulk Transporter, which has been covering the tank truck industry for the better part of a century.
Original standard is referenced in building industry codes and standards, but has been withdrawn by the general paper industry.
An industry in crisis rolls out its latest weapons as some of the industry's biggest names fight for survival.
The global nonwovens industry has an excellent opportuni- ty during the next few months not only to extend its knowl- edge in the consumer products arena, but to support the industry as well NONWOVENS INDUSTRY is excited to be a part of it.
A recovery in the automotive industries will spur demand for transmission and power train parts provided by the industry as manufacturers benefit from the improving economy.
Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer says his agency is opposed to the production of industrial hemp in Kentucky even though he sees the benefits for the agriculture industry.
(AP) — Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer says his agency is opposed to the production of industrial hemp in Kentucky even though he sees the benefits for the agriculture industry.
In an effort to highlight a history of continuous improvement and responsible practices, the industry is releasing its 2012 Pork Industry Progress Report, Responsible Farming.

In science:

Scintillating crystal detectors have been widely used as electromagnetic calorimeters in high energy physics , as well as in medical and security imaging and in the oil-extraction industry.
A CsI(Tl) Scintillating Crystal Detector for the Studies of Low Energy Neutrino Interactions
To be useful, constraint solvers have to be integrable into industrial applications written in imperative or ob ject-oriented languages; to be efficient, they have to interact with other solvers.
Component Programming and Interoperability in Constraint Solver Design
Non-adiabatic processes are at the heart of aspects of science and technology as important as radiation damage of materials in the nuclear and space industries, and radiotherapy in medicine.
Electronic stopping power in gold: The role of d electrons and the H/He anomaly
Our conclusions identify what algorithms work well and in what conditions, and contribute to both industrial deployment collaborative filtering algorithms and to the research community.
A Comparative Study of Collaborative Filtering Algorithms
Sc. in applied mathematics in 2004 and founded a software company making databases for the telecommunication industry.
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