Sentences with phrase «labor intensive»

After brainstorming with James (he is good at reigning me in on all my grand ideas that tend to be very time-consuming and labor intensive), I ditched my initial idea of making individual dartboards out of fondant for each cupcake, and decided to top the cupcakes with an image of a dartboard made on edible rice paper.
FASHION
NLT was used in Michael Green's T3 building in Minneapolis, but DLT is the new NLT; it is not as labor intensive to make, it can be milled on a CNC machine and recycled more easily because there are no nails in it.
ENVIRONMENT
Demand for coconets worldwide is increasing — a welcome development, especially as the most common processing method of rope making and net weaving is labor intensive, thus creating jobs for thousands of poor coconut farmers and their families.
EDUCATION
Price: Vanilla is extremely labor intensive to produce.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
These are slightly labor intensive, because you have to form each little gnocchi by hand and then boil them in batches.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
I'm always so adamant and a firm believer that we all need a weekend cooking and/or baking project that's a bit more labor intensive.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Their idea sounds a little labor intensive at first, but hear them out.
BUSINESS
Grooming is very labor intensive; at the very minimum, you can expected to spend at least two hours every week separating and re-cording their hair.
PETS
Although colorimetric analyses seems quite promising and not labor intensive, so that such automated equipment can be installed maintenance free in merchant ships.
ENVIRONMENT
Your investments sounds good; however, it is still a small investment and very labor intensive imho
REAL_ESTATE
At a certain point, it began to be so labor intensive, I couldn't produce enough work to keep up with the demand.
ART
In my own work, I use a very traditional, labor intensive technique and sometimes it takes me up to 6 months make a print.
ART
With minimalism as a historical backdrop, modularity of the materials helps to create a body of work that highlights the dichotomy of appearing at once easy and simple, yet complex and labor intensive.
ART
A bit labor intensive to purchase all the veggies and prepare them, but the end result is well worth it.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Accurate measurements of carbon in forest biomass, composed of both the above and belowground parts of trees, requires extremely time and labor intensive field campaigns to measure the size, numbers and types of trees within a forest.
ENVIRONMENT
Although better methods exist to measure self-care, they are more labor intensive.
RELATIONSHIPS
This is another post that will only require about 30 minutes to make (if you don't count the chopping) and apart from chopping isn't very labor intensive, which in my book makes this a quick and easy meal.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Sometimes an assistant would convert the required document to PDF and then download that — a «ridiculously labor intensive,» process — Triantos said.
TECHNOLOGY
A plant base diet is labor intensive and time consuming.
HEALTH & FITNESS
It was really quite labor intensive: roasting the squash, making the vegetable broth, -LSB-...]
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Trapping and transporting the cats to and from surgery is also time and labor intensive, so RAL has enlisted volunteers to help.
PETS
The other thing that's a little bit hard about online invoicing is that if you don't have the support to do payment plans or recurring billing on your own, then that's a very labor intensive operation that law firms have to deal with that can be operationally prohibitive.
LAW
As I mentioned in the post, it's not labor intensive at all, quite easy to make.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Janitorial service companies are involved in a labor intensive and highly competitive industry.
BUSINESS
The least labor intensive method of preserving eggplant is to freeze the puree of whole roasted eggplant.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Though it is a little labor intensive, it was well worth the time, much of the greens can be prepared in advance, and everyone loved it.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
other suggestions like offering fruit instead of the fruit or juice option — most kids pick juice (too expensive, juice costs less), and including oatmeal or hard boiled eggs (too labor intensive not enough resources to cook for breakfast), were not approved.
PARENTING
The pulled wedge pieces are the outcome of a labor intensive, meticulous process that also leaves room for surprise in the ways in which the paint interacts with the varied surfaces and textures.
ART
It's a bit labor intensive but SO worth it!
FOOD & BEVERAGES
«The principals were saying, «So its a good process where we learn about our professional development yet to collect evidence to justify the element is very labor intensive,» so we think we can learn as much and the process can be as rich, but it doesn't need that many elements,» Fletcha said.
EDUCATION
The myriad elements used in her projects, such as dolls, quilts, and uniforms, are handmade and labor intensive, foregrounding the role of craft in the construction of cultural identity.
ART
Cocoa production is highly labor intensive, and smallholder cocoa farmers face many challenges including severe crop loss due to disease, aging trees, outdated farming techniques, and limited organizational and research support.
POLITICS
Although online dating isn't time consuming or labor intensive, it doesn't mean that you should do it on a whim.
DATING
They don't peel the membrane on the mass selling ribs because it would just be too labor intensive.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
The issue for pet stores is that their business is far more labor intensive than other segments of retailing, and the cost of labor is relatively high compared with competitors like supermarkets, big-box stores and online pet retailers.
PETS
It is a little labor intensive and the whole process takes about 10 days from beginning to end, but it is SO worth it.
FASHION
This approach, although effective when properly instituted, is labor intensive and requires frequent repetitive applications.
PETS
I got to the part in my paper where because of it's labor intensive nature, I make the argument that cold calling is the rate-limiting step in business development.
BUSINESS
However, most examples are special marquee lessons that are both unique and extremely labor intensive.
EDUCATION
His choice of labor intensive processes reveal his empathy and dogged pursuit of these ideals.
ART
It was a labor intensive endeavor to get them de-constructed.
HOUSE & HOME
The recipe does have quite a few steps and takes time but it's not very labor intensive.
FASHION
You might investigate the author's bio, as Dewey did — but that's pretty labor intensive.
BOOKS
So, let's get down to some of the basic but labor intensive work that lawyers do to protect the interests of those who are getting divorced.
LAW
That's why their genealogical work is so labor intensive.
RELIGION
It seemed to risky and labor intensive for a smallish return.
MONEY
The only time it becomes labor intensive is when you have to check for OCR issues when you scan in a book because you don't have a digital file.
BOOKS
Would you spend that kind of money on a giant ball of fur that's great with families but requires a lot of exercise and maintenance or would you go for a dog that's less labor intensive?
PETS
It's the labor intensive sanding with fine grit, aluminum oxide abrasive paper that is arguably the most important step in our finishing process.
HOUSE & HOME
The high-detailed paintings are labor intensive and viewers (and collectors) were not disappointed when the art was unveiled two weeks ago.
ART

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