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01. Most of the [industries] in this city are located on the west side of the river.
02. Car manufacturing is an important [industry] in Ontario.
03. In my opinion, the government should do more to prosecute [industries] that pollute the environment.
04. Sandra's hometown is a very [industrialized] city; I wouldn't want to live there.
05. Our new factory is located in the [industrialized] section of town.
06. The [industrialization] of Great Britain was the beginning of a global transformation in the world of work.
07. A meeting of the top 5 [industrialized] nations is to take place next month in Bonn.
08. Many jobs in the [industrialized] world are now being done by machines.
09. There is a direct link between [industrial] pollution and certain respiratory illnesses.
10. The [industrial] societies of the world are entirely dependent on oil.
11. There is an old proverb which observes that want is the mother of [industry].
12. The entire airline [industry] in the United States was shut down for a short time after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
13. On December 3, 1984, poison gas killed more than 2,000 people in Bhopal, India, in the world's worst [industrial] accident.
14. The world's worst [industrial] fire occurred in Bangkok, Thailand in 1993, when 188 workers were killed, and another 469 injured in a toy factory.
15. [Industrialization] of the world has resulted in the enrichment, impoverishment and destabilization of differing regions.
16. The [industrialization] of agriculture has brought many benefits to society, and has helped to reduce hunger in a growing world population.
17. Comedian Jackie Mason once noted that it is more profitable for politicians to support the tobacco [industry] than your life.
18. Charles Fillmore once remarked that men who accomplish great things in the [industrial] world are the ones who have faith in the money producing power of ideas.
19. Jean de LaBruyere once suggested that there are but two ways of rising in the world - either by one's own [industry] or profiting from the foolishness of others.
20. A Tamil proverb notes that [industry] in youth will support one in old age.
21. A Philippine proverb suggests that [industry] is the twin brother of prosperity.
22. Waste products are routinely labelled as agricultural, [industrial] or municipal.

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