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Other industries included an ironworks, established in the 1720s, as well as wool spinning and a lint mill.
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Other industries had developed by that time to replace it, including the production of mathematical instruments, shoes and cement.
Other industries include sun-dried sea salt in Great Inagua, a wet dock facility in Freeport for repair of cruise ships, and mining of aragonite — a type of limestone with several industrial uses — from the sea floor at Ocean Cay.
Other industries include fishing, fish canning, sawmills, furniture production, building materials, glass, textiles, electronics, leather work, processed food, spirits, soft drinks, and cigarettes.
Other industries include textile plants, cement factories, chemical plants, breweries, shipyards, and cigarette factories.
Other examples where Italian is sometimes used as a means of communication are in some sports ( sometimes in football and motorsports ) and in the design and fashion industries.
Other industries include agricultural goods, textiles, wood products, construction materials, gems, metals, oil and natural gas.
Other applications of niobium include its use in welding, nuclear industries, electronics, optics, numismatics and jewelry.
Other users of the radio spectrum, such as the broadcasting and electronic countermeasures industries, have replaced the traditional military designations with their own systems.
Other motivations are recognition by their peers and prestige, or the desire to apply scientific knowledge for the benefit of people's health, the nations, the world, nature or industries ( academic scientist and industrial scientist ).
Other examples of close ties between Singapore and China include Singapore helping China to build up its industries such as the Suzhou Industrial Park.
Other industries are small and geared to internal markets: sawmills, printing, carpentry, and the production of shoes, plastics, yogurt, handicrafts ( such as the jewelry exchanged as part of the grand marriage ), and small fishing boats.
Other barriers, however, that may be equally effective in hindering trade include import quotas, taxes, and diverse means of subsidizing domestic industries.
Other units which are closely related to the thermal conductivity are in common use in the construction and textile industries.
Other industries include software, automotive, ports, finance, tourism, biomedical, and regional logistics.
Other industries in Fukushima include those dealing with food at 7. 6 % of total output, metals at 7. 5 %, chemistry at 5. 3 %, ceramics at 4. 9 %, electricity at 4. 5 %, printed goods at 2. 8 %, steel at 2. 5 %, plastics at 2. 5 %, and electronics at 2. 2 %.
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Other special mailings by the Industrial Division included copies of speeches delivered at the Governor's Conference, letters and brochures to conferees at Med-Chemical Symposium at University of Rhode Island and letters and reprints of industrial advertisements to such organizations as Society of Industrial Realtors.
Other classes are included only by myself ( interrogatives, adverbs ) or only by Swadesh and Hoijer ( pronouns, demonstratives ).
Other attributes of his included the kithara ( an advanced version of the common lyre ), the plectrum and the sword.
Other families included in the Alismatates as currently defined are here distributed among ten additional orders, all of which are assigned, with the following exception, to the Subclass Alismatidae.
Other types of included matter deposited during agate-building include sagenitic growths ( radial mineral crystals ) and chunks of entrapped detritus ( such as sand, ash, or mud ).
Other sons included Deioneus, Perieres, Cercaphas and perhaps Magnes ( usually regarded as a brother of Macedon ) and Aethlius.
Other notable productions in Europe from the 1980s included the March 1986 presentation by the Scottish Opera in Glasgow ; a June 1990 production in Florence by the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.
Other highlights of that decade included the 1942 debut of Fearless Fosdick as Abner's " ideel " ( hero ); the 1946 Lena the Hyena Contest, in which a hideous Lower Slobbovian gal was ultimately revealed in the harrowing winning entry ( as judged by Frank Sinatra, Boris Karloff and Salvador Dalí ) drawn by noted cartoonist Basil Wolverton ; and an ill-fated Sunday parody of Gone With the Wind that aroused anger and legal threats from author Margaret Mitchell, and led to a printed apology within the strip.
Other possible ministers included Sir Robert Inglis, Henry Goulburn, John Charles Herries, and Lord Ellenborough.
Other organisms previously included in the field of botany include bacteria, ( studied in bacteriology ), fungi, ( mycology ) including lichen-forming fungi ( lichenology ), non-chlorophyte algae ( phycology ) and viruses ( virology ).
Other strips included Antchester United, Violent Elizabeth, Eebagoom, Hugh's Zoo and D ' ye Ken John Squeal and his Hopeless Hounds.
Other roles for Campbell included the Michael Crichton adaptation Congo, the film version of McHale's Navy, and Escape From L. A., the sequel to John Carpenter's Escape From New York.
Other areas damaged during World War II bombing included: in September 1940 two unexploded bombs hit the Edward VII galleries, the King's Library received a direct hit from a high explosive bomb, incendiaries fell on the dome of the Round Reading Room but did little damage ; on the night of 10 to 11 May 1941 several incendiaries fell on the south west corner of the Museum, destroying the book stack and 150, 000 books in the courtyard and the galleries around the top of the Great Staircase – this damage was not fully repaired until the early 1960s.
Other common names for the blue whale have included Sibbald's rorqual ( after Sibbald, who first described the species ), the great blue whale and the great northern rorqual.
Other claimants included the United States, whose American Guano Mining Company claimed it under the Guano Islands Act of 1856 ; Mexico also claimed Clipperton due to activities undertaken there as early as 1848 – 1849.