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- Medicine, which was largely a cottage industry until the Second World War, has been transformed by several factors.
- The considerable increase in business has created a cottage industry in the professions.
- Despite stiff competition, there is a big demand for cheap varieties of detergent powder, which can be manufactured as a cottage industry.
- The amount of fees that many colleges are demanding will be enough to set up a cottage industry or tiny business enterprise.
- As managing director, he has guided the company from a small cottage industry to a multimillion-euro success.
- She makes it clear that she never saw her frozen baby-food company as a cottage industry.
- Born of people's misfortunes, credit counseling was a sleepy cottage industry for a long time.
- Masks and wood sculptures have developed into an important cottage industry for the men of one community.
- The private investment market is like a cottage industry, with a large number of small players.
- You know, if you think about the situation they were in a generation ago, football was really a cottage industry.
- Second, human-rights watchdogs and lawyers are a veritable cottage industry these days.
- Before the Industrial Revolution England's economy was based on its cottage industry.
- This would be a great cottage industry for some of our under-developed neighbouring countries.
- As a result, whale-watching has become an island cottage industry.
- In spite of this, a cottage industry has developed in recent years around educational programming for very young children.
- A cottage industry has grown up among professional military historians and history buffs sponsoring these tours.
- Debunking him has become a cottage industry.
- We need to stop acting like a cottage industry and respect that clients entrust us with significant amounts of money to get them results.
- He's learned to combine the high-tech with the unapologetically low-tech in his cottage industry.
- It's clear that this is no longer a cottage industry.
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