Examples of economically in a Sentence
a way to economically heat your house
She writes simply and economically.
Recent Examples of economically from the Web
Einstein student data included in the document shows that 99 percent of Einstein students are minorities, and 91 percent of the total student body is economically disadvantaged.
If Congress opens the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain to leasing by oil companies, as appears likely, even a relatively small discovery will be economically important in Alaska, drilling advocates say.
Alpha Natural Resources, which came out of bankruptcy in 2016 and exports half of its coking coal production, opened a new mine this year in economically depressed West Virginia, employing 35 workers.
People want to know what is wrong with you, economically and psychologically, that your car would be dirty.
Bats are major pollinators of economically important crops throughout the tropics, including the agave cactus in the southern U.S. and Mexico.
Billy Bob Thornton gives it his all as the coach of a high school football team at the center of life in an economically depressed town.
For years, the commonwealth has struggled economically.
In his memo, Zinke argues that fishing in the area has been economically important for the population of American Samoa and recommends that rules be changed so that kind of activity is still allowed.
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