Words nearby by-product
Origin of by-product
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They are lake-sized pits used to store the toxic water that is a byproduct of the mining process.
And these days, CEOs get most of their compensation as a byproduct of rising share prices.The SEC Can’t Make CEOs Care About Their Employees|Daniel Gross|September 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And as a byproduct of the continuing resurgence of housing, sales of high-margin pickup trucks and SUVs also rose smartly.
Google says the hype is simply a byproduct of its tech-friendly roll-out.Slow Roll-out Builds Frenzied Anticipation for Google Glass|Nina Strochlic|May 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Their byproduct is used to organically fertilize the food, while the plants naturally clean the fish tanks.
A large part of decision is intuitive; it is the byproduct of the subconscious.The Armed Forces Officer|U. S. Department of Defense
Thus the initial stage in the making of clothes may have been a byproduct of the hunting habit.Man, Past and Present|Agustus Henry Keane
The cook, although upset by my reference to kings, lost none of the dignity of serving the byproduct of the Alaska cod.The Flying Bo'sun|Arthur Mason
Benzol from byproduct coking ovens also can be used, but quantitatively is totally inadequate.Conservation Through Engineering|Franklin K. Lane
Or, to put it in other words, medival witchcraft was a byproduct of the civilisation of the Roman Empire.Irish Witchcraft and Demonology|St. John D. (St. John Drelincourt) Seymour