And both natural gas and efficiencies benefit the environment and promise some move toward long-term sustainability.
The Austrian in all the elegancies of life is as superior to the German as he is inferior to him in all life's efficiencies.
Of course, the efficiencies of light-sources are usually of interest to the consumer if they are expressed in terms of cost.
It is evident that the efficiency of the whole train is the product of the efficiencies of its sections.
Wages reflect the efficiencies of countries, not of course perfectly, but in some degree.
Especial attention given in advance to the kitchen will be more than repaid by the convenience and efficiencies secured.
In other words, the Prussian Empire, with all its perfections and efficiencies, has one notable defect—that it is a dead thing.
In this we have three efficiencies to consider—those of the furnace, the boiler, and the cylinder.
Thus he can apply far more directly than the manufacturer or railroad manager the economies and efficiencies of Big Business.
In this process, things get values—something they did not possess before, although they had their efficiencies.
efficiency ef·fi·cien·cy (ĭ-fĭsh'ən-sē)
The production of the desired effects or results with minimum waste of time, effort, or skill.
A measure of effectiveness; specifically, the useful work output divided by the energy input in any system.