from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See economization, etc.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of economization.


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  • That's a, let's say, unique way of cost-cutting and economisation. posted by Chirayu @ 1:12:00 PM postCount'111458724328941324';

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  • But this next carries with it the improved efficiency of the producers themselves, with whom, however, the standpoint changes from the mere economisation of physical energies to the higher economy of organic evolution.

    Civics: as Applied Sociology Patrick Geddes 1893

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    For Treasure Bound Harry Collingwood 1886

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