(1) It seems somewhat bizarre but when I really think about it, not unusual from Labour - that it would want us to encourage unproductive activity but discourage productive activity.(2) Farmers simply saw the marsh as unproductive land that could be used for grazing animals.(3) What could be a nicer way to spend an idle day - and being career leftists, it is safe to assume most of their days are unproductive - than preening and posturing in the dock while reporters take down their every egomaniacal word?(4) Of course, not all unproductive activities funded by surplus value are necessarily wasteful or parasitic.(5) They occupied the land and the New Zealand Government allocated only some rather unproductive land to the Moriori.(6) Since 1985 hundreds of thousands of peasants have taken it upon themselves to carry out land reform by occupying unproductive land.(7) In fact, the unproductive vast amount of agricultural set-aside land could be used to grow oil-seed rape to feed all types of engines.(8) He went on to explain that the previous bubble was caused by borrowing low-cost capital for investment in unproductive activities, particularly for speculative purposes.(9) Logging concessions are stimulated by the wrong incentives: it is more lucrative to clear forestland for plantations than to plant on open and unproductive land.(10) These have been some really unproductive years for me.(11) We don't need to account for money/time lost on other unproductive activities - we are only monitoring spam's impact.(12) In fact all Mayo could manage while assisted by the wind in the second half was three points, the third one by Cora Staunton in the 55th minute to end an unproductive period of fourteen minutes.(13) There are areas on which there are tracts of land which are quite unproductive and which could easily be acquired for plantation with suitable trees.(14) It is high time the Government worked out an appropriate strategy to divert such investment from unproductive ventures like shebeens to more productive areas.(15) Or, more often, we go about each in an unproductive way.(16) Some government planners anticipate a policy that encourages people to vacate marginal or unproductive land, with the possible end of food assistance as one inducement to relocation.