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Industrial may refer to: Industry * Industrial archaeology, the study of the history of the industry * Industrial engineering, engineering dealing with the optimization of complex industrial processes or systems * Industrial city, a city dominated by one or more industries * Industrial loan company, a financial institution in the United States that lends money, and may be owned by non-financial institutions * Industrial organization, a field that builds on the theory of the firm by examining the structure and boundaries between firms and markets * Industrial Revolution, the development of industry in the 18th and 19th centuries * Industrial society, a society that has undergone industrialization * Industrial technology, a broad field that includes designing, building, optimizing, managing and operating industrial equipment, and predesignated as acceptable for industrial uses, like factories * Industrial video, a video that targets “industry” as its primary audience * Industrial ...
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Industrial Archaeology
Industrial archaeology (IA) is the systematic study of material evidence associated with the industrial past. This evidence, collectively referred to as industrial heritage, includes buildings, machinery, artifacts, sites, infrastructure, documents and other items associated with the production, manufacture, extraction, transport or construction of a product or range of products. The field of industrial archaeology incorporates a range of disciplines including archaeology, architecture, construction, engineering, historic preservation, museology, technology, urban planning and other specialties, in order to piece together the history of past industrial activities. The scientific interpretation of material evidence is often necessary, as the written record of many industrial techniques is often incomplete or nonexistent. Industrial archaeology includes both the examination of standing structures and sites that must be studied by an excavation. The field of industrial ar ...
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Industrial Records
Industrial Records is a record label established in 1976 by industrial music and visual arts group Throbbing Gristle. The group created the label primarily for self-releases but also signed several other groups and artists. The label gave a name to the industrial music genre. Background Artists released through the label included Cabaret Voltaire, Clock DVA, SPK, Thomas Leer & Robert Rental, The Leather Nun, plus ''outrage'' artist Monte Cazazza, the author William S. Burroughs' auditory works, and a solo album by Throbbing Gristle member Chris Carter. A notable departure from the ''industrial'' form of the label was the blues standard " Stormy Weather" sung by Elisabeth Welch, taken from the soundtrack of Derek Jarman's film '' The Tempest''. The label's first LP was Throbbing Gristle's debut LP '' The Second Annual Report'' which was limited to 786 copies. It came in bootleg-like packaging: a plain white card sleeve with glued-on xerox information strips. Th ...
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Industry (other)
Industry may refer to: Economics * Industry (economics), a generally categorized branch of economic activity * Industry (manufacturing), a specific branch of economic activity, typically in factories with machinery * The wider industrial sector of an economy, including manufacturing and production of other intermediate or final goods * The general characteristics and production methods common to an industrial society ** Industrialization, the transformation into an industrial society * Industry classification, a classification of economic organizations and activities Places * Industry, Alabama * Industry, California ** Industry station * Industry, Illinois * Industry, Kansas * Industry, Maine * Industry, Missouri * Industry, New York * Industry, Pennsylvania * Industry, Texas * Industry Bar, a New York City gay bar * Industry-Rock Falls Township, Phelps County, Nebraska Film and television * ''Made in Canada'' (TV series), a Canadian situation comedy series also known as ...
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Industrial Piercing
An industrial piercing (North America), also known as a scaffold piercing (UK/Ireland) or construction piercing, is any ear piercing that consists of two pierced holes connected with a single piece of jewelry. These piercings typically consist of a double perforation of the upper ear cartilage specifically. Two piercings must be made: one is fairly close to the head (known as a forward-helix piercing), while the second one is further down the helix on the opposite side of the ear. Industrial piercings that are vertical are also known as a suicide industrial. History Industrial piercings first appeared in the early 1990s when they were first invented by Erik Dakota along with the Daith piercing and Rook piercing. The first reference to the industrial piercing was in a 1992 edition of Body Play magazine, which referred to this piercing as the “industrial ear project." Since its introduction, the industrial piercing has become fairly popular among people of all backgrounds sinc ...
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Industrial (Mexibús, Line 4)
Industrial may refer to: Industry * Industrial archaeology, the study of the history of the industry * Industrial engineering, engineering dealing with the optimization of complex industrial processes or systems * Industrial city, a city dominated by one or more industries * Industrial loan company, a financial institution in the United States that lends money, and may be owned by non-financial institutions * Industrial organization, a field that builds on the theory of the firm by examining the structure and boundaries between firms and markets * Industrial Revolution, the development of industry in the 18th and 19th centuries * Industrial society, a society that has undergone industrialization * Industrial technology, a broad field that includes designing, building, optimizing, managing and operating industrial equipment, and predesignated as acceptable for industrial uses, like factories * Industrial video, a video that targets “industry” as its primary audience * In ...
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Industrial (Mexibús, Line 1)
Industrial may refer to: Industry * Industrial archaeology, the study of the history of the industry * Industrial engineering, engineering dealing with the optimization of complex industrial processes or systems * Industrial city, a city dominated by one or more industries * Industrial loan company, a financial institution in the United States that lends money, and may be owned by non-financial institutions * Industrial organization, a field that builds on the theory of the firm by examining the structure and boundaries between firms and markets * Industrial Revolution, the development of industry in the 18th and 19th centuries * Industrial society, a society that has undergone industrialization * Industrial technology, a broad field that includes designing, building, optimizing, managing and operating industrial equipment, and predesignated as acceptable for industrial uses, like factories * Industrial video, a video that targets “industry” as its primary audience * In ...
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Industrial (Second)
The Industrial (Second) functional constituency () is a functional constituency in the elections for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong first created in 1985. It was one of the 12 original functional constituency seats created for the first ever Legislative Council election in 1985 and is corresponding to the Industrial (Second) Subsector in the Election Committee. The constituency is composed of corporate members of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong that are entitled to vote at general meetings of the Association. In 2021, there were 592 corporate electors in the constituency. Return members Electoral results 2020s 2010s 2000s 1990s 1980s References {{Hong Kong Legislative Council constituencies (2021-2025) Constituencies of Hong Kong Constituencies of Hong Kong Legislative Council Functional constituencies (Hong Kong) 1985 establishments in ...
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Industrial (First)
The Industrial (First) functional constituency () is a functional constituency in the elections for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong first created in 1985. The constituency is composed of corporate members of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries who are entitled to vote at general meetings of the Federation. In 2021, there were 421 corporate electors in the constituency. Return members Electoral results 2020s 2010s 2000s 1990s 1980s References {{Hong Kong Legislative Council constituencies (2021-2025) Constituencies of Hong Kong Constituencies of Hong Kong Legislative Council Functional constituencies (Hong Kong) 1985 establishments in Hong Kong Constituencies established in 1985 ...
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Industrial may refer to: Industry * Industrial archaeology, the study of the history of the industry * Industrial engineering, engineering dealing with the optimization of complex industrial processes or systems * Industrial city, a city dominated by one or more industries * Industrial loan company, a financial institution in the United States that lends money, and may be owned by non-financial institutions * Industrial organization, a field that builds on the theory of the firm by examining the structure and boundaries between firms and markets * Industrial Revolution, the development of industry in the 18th and 19th centuries * Industrial society, a society that has undergone industrialization * Industrial technology, a broad field that includes designing, building, optimizing, managing and operating industrial equipment, and predesignated as acceptable for industrial uses, like factories * Industrial video, a video that targets “industry” as its primary audience * In ...
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Industrial, West Virginia
Industrial is an unincorporated community in Doddridge County, West Virginia, United States. Industrial is located along County Route 38 and the North Bend Rail Trail, west-southwest of Salem. Industrial had a post office, which closed on November 2, 2002. References Unincorporated communities in Doddridge County, West Virginia Unincorporated communities in West Virginia {{DoddridgeCountyWV-geo-stub ...
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Industrial Musical
An industrial musical is a musical performed internally for the employees or shareholders of a business to create a feeling of being part of a team, to entertain, and/or to educate and motivate the management and salespeople to improve sales and profits. It can be used to increase staff awareness of public relations, advertising, marketing or corporate image. Other terms for industrial musicals include the corporate musical or industrial show, but the latter can also refer to trade shows, which are publicity events organized by businesses in a specific industry to promote their products to potential buyers. Industrial musicals are not restricted to corporations or to businesses involved in industry. They should not be confused with industrial music or with musicals produced by businesses to be seen by the general public, such as Disney's stage production of '' The Lion King'', for example. History Industrial musicals originated from company songs, anthems and jingles for p ...
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