In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In the US, however, despite the high paddy productivity, farmers find its cultivation uneconomical.
- At the same time, renewable energies are denounced as uneconomical, with their potential marginalised in order to underscore the indispensability of nuclear energy.
- ‘It can't go much lower than that because then it's uneconomical to bring metal in,’ one overseas producer said.
- These measures have effectively made investing in residential property in this country uneconomical, and have encouraged investment overseas as a result.
- In the free market, people are let go because changes in productivity or markets have made it uneconomical for their company to employ them.
- If permitted, these can effectively shut down a horse farm by zoning it into non-compliance with local laws or by making continuing operation uneconomical.
- These allow successful prospectors to retain rights to mineral deposits which are uneconomical to exploit immediately.
- This was considered insensitive and uneconomical.
- It's uneconomical when the Scouts have nine other buildings they can use for meetings.
- He said it was uneconomical for millers to go in rural areas and mobilise maize and later transport it to urban areas.
- Now it has emerged that the money spent on repairing him made it uneconomical to get a replacement this year.
- This price drop is leaving spring lamb production uneconomical and driving more people away from sheep farming.
- Anything less than 250 acres means that, barring downward revisions of costs, it is uneconomical for the logger to harvest from the total parcel.
- He was recently asked whether he had ever owned a SUV, the jeep-type vehicle renowned for its uneconomical performance, and he replied that he had not.
- Farmers are baffled about how to remedy natural animal behaviour and say the tax could make farming uneconomical.
- Though the borough claims such a service is uneconomical, a best value review recently completed by the county council recommends developing park and ride around Bedford.
- Some were productive, to be sure, but more were uneconomical, and a few were simply fraudulent.
- There are a number of constraints which make it uneconomical to use.
- Some abattoirs do not provide a service for local outlets because it is uneconomical to interrupt large contracts to deal with individual producers.
- Very low quality silage is not a suitable feed for cattle finishing where high performance levels are required as the amount of meal required makes the daily feed cost uneconomical.
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