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He's not growing his business bereft of so many modern conveniences out of some sense of purity or to prove a point, but rather because he is Amish.
Hurst and Aguiar found that the decrease in women's home production work hours made possible by modern conveniences such as take-out food, microwave ovens, and dishwashers more than made up for the increase in market work hours, resulting in a net increase in downtime.
The three story, 100,000 s/f building offers all modern conveniences and ownership participation is available to prospective tenants.
Housed in an 18th century structure, the 65-room hotel features Old World charm with modern conveniences.
In All the Modern Conveniences Maureen Ogle examines the beginnings of "modern plumbing" in the United States.
Remodeling for modern conveniences and space Grand old houses rarely had grand kitchens--they had servants working in dingy, sweatshop conditions.
When Palladeo set out to design the environment, it was tasked with blending the nostalgia of an old-fashioned barbershop with luxurious, modern conveniences, while at the same time creating a seamless retail area to showcase exclusive, imported grooming products.
This hotel is rich in history and we are happy to be to provide our guests with a window to the past, as well as all of the modern conveniences of today.