As the industrial Revolution took off, more and more people left the land for the unnatural world of the city.
But the industrial logic of the merger is graphically evident: Fewer flights, more crowded cabins.
Take the example of Great Britain—home of the industrial Revolution—which should be considered a cautionary tale.
1774, from French industriel, from Medieval Latin industrialis, from Latin industria (see industry). Earlier the word had been used in English in a sense "resulting from labor" (1580s); the modern use is considered a reborrowing. Meaning "suitable for industrial use" is from 1904. As a style of dance music, attested from 1988. Industrial revolution was in use by 1840 to refer to recent developments and changes in England and elsewhere.
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A variety of rock music: industrial music is ''the sounds our culture makes as it comes unglued'' (1990s+)