Economy

System of production, distribution, and consumption of goods.

Economy

An economy or economic system consists of the production, distribution or trade, and consumption of limited goods and services by different agents in a given geographical location. The economic agents can be individuals, businesses, organizations, or governments. Transactions occur when two parties agree to the value or price of the transacted goo...
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Economy

• (n.) The management of domestic affairs; the regulation and government of household matters; especially as they concern expense or disbursement; as, a careful economy. • (n.) Orderly arrangement and management of the internal affairs of a state or of any establishment kept up by production and consumption; esp., such management as direc...
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economy

(Gk: oikos=house; nemo=manage; -nomia=distribution) 1) the wealth and resources of a community in relation to production and consumption. 2) the careful management of resources.
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economy

1. The management of domestic affairs; the regulation and government of household matters; especially as they concern expense or disbursement; as, a careful economy. 'Himself busy in charge of the household economies.' (Froude) ... 2. Orderly arrangement and management of the internal affairs of a state or of any establishment kept up by production...
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economy

thriftiness noun frugality in the expenditure of money or resources; `the Scots are famous for their economy`
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Economy

[basketball] Economy is a basketball statistical formula that was created in order to determine the ball possession efficiency of ball handlers, mainly primary ball handlers and point guards. It is considered a basic stat of the Greek League. ==Calculation== The stat`s formula is: Assists + Steals - Turnovers. ...
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Economy

[religion] In the Orthodox Church, in Eastern and Latin Catholic churches, and in the teaching of the Church Fathers which undergirds the theology of those communions, economy or oeconomy (οἰκονομία, oikonomia) has several meanings. The basic meaning of the word is `handling` or `disposition` or `management` or more literally `hou...
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Economy

E·con'o·my (-mȳ) noun ; plural Economies . [ French économie , Latin oeconomia household management, from Greek o'ikonomi`a , from o'ikono`mos one managing a household; o'i^kos house (akin to Latin vicus village, English
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Economy

A bowler's ability to prevent the batsmen from scoring. Of course, the best way to do this is to put them back in the hutch, but economy is usually measured in runs per over. In most forms of cricket, a bowler is happy with a rate of less than three runs an over.
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economy

A principle of linguistic analysis which demands that rules and units are to be kept to a minimum, i.e. every postulated rule or unit must be justified linguistically by capturing a generalisation about the language being analysed, if not about all languages.
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Economy

An aspect of the scientific methodology of Ernst Mach (Die Analyse der Empfindungen, 5th ed., Jena, 1906); science and philosophy utilize ideas and laws which are not reproductive of sense data as such, but are simplified expressions of the functional relations discovered in the manifold of sense perceptions. -- V.J.B.
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Economy

At the beginning of a story, the author invests words in introducing characters, premise, plot
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Economy

economy is generally regarded as a good thing in chess problem composition, though exactly what is meant by it, and exactly what it is most important to be economical with, is open to debate. Economy of material or force (not using more pieces than necessary), economy of space (using the chessboard to its fullest, not cramming all the pieces into o...
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Economy

Economy is the term used for the production and consumption activities that take place in a nation seeking to efficiently allocate the nation?s resources for the public benefit.
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economy

economy, oeconomy 1. The production and consumption of goods and services of a community regarded as a whole. 2. The prudent managing of resources to avoid extravagant expenditure or waste. 3. A saving or attempt to reduce expenditure. 4. Originally, the management of a household. 5. Current usage is sometimes a reference to that which is intended ...
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Economy

Limited budget and financing is a problem for archaeology. Only a limited number of wrecks or artefacts can be excavated or taken care of. Meanwhile, legislation is needed to protect our heritage against uncontrolled treasure hunting and looting.
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economy

reduction in cost
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economy

Set of interconnected activities concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. The contemporary economy is very complex and includes transactions ranging from the distribution and spending of children's pocket money to global-scale financial deals being conducted by multinational corporations. There are...
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Economy

The management of money, currency and trade of a nation. The efficient management of resources
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Economy

the social institution that organises the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services
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Economy

The system of production and exchange which provides for the material needs of individuals living in a given society. Economic institutions are of key importance in all social orders. What goes on in the economy usually influences many other aspects of social life. Modern economies differ very substantially from traditional ones, because the majori...
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economy

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-kon′ŏ-mē Definitions: 1. System; the body regarded as an aggregate of functioning organs.
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Economy

We all know this one. Most long-haul scheduled flights provide you with a meal and a drink for no charge. Comfort varies dramatically from airline to airline.
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Economy

What human beings do. The activity of managing resources and producing, distributing, and consuming goods and services.
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