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They dismiss the idea that high tax rates are economically harmful.
Politically and economically, the country is going through enormous changes.
an economically important industry
help for some of the country's economically depressed communities
The average domestic heating system could be run much more economically.
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a sweet brown food eaten as a sweet or used for flavouring other food
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