The great credit advances made on "industrials," the stocks of manufacturing corporations, are one of the main sources of danger.
He reduces them to three groups: industrials, artists, and scientists (savants).
It yielded pasturage to two sets of industrials—sheep and bees.
It was a period of expansion and confidence; much money was seeking investment and "industrials" were the fashion.
With pleasure and relief he turned from the industrials to the Soldiers.
industrials, like Herr Ballin, counted on a short war; they had provided.
Once he had owned a hundred shares of one of the industrials.
In some cases the industrials are housed on the factory grounds, and you see Negro dwellings which amount to industrial barracks.
People unemployed cannot emigrate, but must swell an army of industrials depending on the Government for relief.
Sheep, of the Cheviot breed mostly, are nearly the sole inhabitants and industrials of this mountainous waste.
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.
: and the harsh industrial pop of Nine Inch Nails
A variety of rock music: industrial music is ''the sounds our culture makes as it comes unglued'' (1990s+)