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  • 1 unremunerative — index unproductive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 unremunerative — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ bringing little or no profit or income …

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  • 3 unremunerative — [spelling only] …

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  • 4 unremunerative — adj.; unremuneratively, adv. * * * …

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  • 5 unremunerative — adjective Not remunerative …

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  • 6 unremunerative — adj. unrewarding, unprofitable …

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  • 7 unremunerative — adjective bringing little or no profit or income. Derivatives unremuneratively adverb …

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  • 8 unremunerative — a. Unprofitable, unproductive …

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  • 9 unremunerative — un·remunerative …

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  • 10 unremunerative — un re•mu′ner•a•tive adj …

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  • 11 unremunerative — adj. bringing no, or not enough, profit or income. Derivatives: unremuneratively adv. unremunerativeness n …

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  • 12 Transport Act 1968 — The Transport Act 1968 (1968 c.73) was an act of the parliament of the United Kingdom. The main provisions made changes to the structure of nationally owned bus companies, created passenger transport authorities and executives to take over public …

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  • 13 Wealden Line — Taking its name from its route through the chalk hills of the North and South Downs of the Weald, England, the Wealden Line [http://www.wealdenlink.org.uk/ Wealden Link Website] is a partly abandoned double track railway line in East Sussex and… …

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  • 14 Lean — Lean, n. 1. That part of flesh which consists principally of muscle without the fat. [1913 Webster] The fat was so white and the lean was so ruddy. Goldsmith. [1913 Webster] 2. (Typog.) Unremunerative copy or work. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Christian V of Denmark — Christian V King of Denmark and Norway Reign 1670–1699 Predecessor Frederick III Successor Frederick IV …

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  • 16 Beeching Axe — The Beeching Axe is an informal name for the British Government s attempt in the 1960s to reduce the cost of running British Railways, the nationalised railway system in the United Kingdom. The name is that of the main author of The Reshaping of… …

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  • 17 Leonid Andreyev — Leonid Nikolaievich Andreev ( ru. Леонид Николаевич Андреев, OldStyleDate|21 August|1871|9 August – September 12, 1919) was a Russian playwright and short story writer who led the Expressionist movement in the national literature. He was active… …

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  • 18 Kamma (caste) — Kamma Religions Hinduism, Christianity, Atheism Languages Telugu (Mother tongue) Tamil Kannada Country USA (60,000) UK (20,000) …

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  • 19 Mansion House tube station — Mansion House Entrance on Cannon Street …

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  • 20 January 1922 in the United Kingdom — See also: December 1921 in the United Kingdom, February 1922 in the United Kingdom, and the Timeline of British history. Unionists and General ElectionThe forces of discontent were already so strong at the beginning of the year that The Times… …

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