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Synonyms for manmade

made by human beings instead of nature

made to imitate something else

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The ongoing consolidation in the chemical fibers market presents interesting opportunities and we are taking this step to ensure that the Manmade Fibers Segment will merge stronger from the current market weakness and profit from the positive long-term market perspectives.
The ongoing consolidation in the chemical fibres market presents interesting opportunities and we are taking this step to ensure that the Manmade Fibers Segment will merge stronger from the current market weakness and profit from the positive long-term market perspectives.
The divestment of the Natural Fibers and Textile Components business units considerably reduces Oerlikon Group's exposure to the global textile business, while retaining and building on its position as a leader in the manmade fibers segment.
He and 1,699 other scientists of the 2,500 who advise the IPCC claim their findings show no manmade causation to global warming.
In their statement, the municipalities said that manmade lakes could also be used as a source of potable water for the entire Chouf region.
But the little satellite, the first manmade object to orbit the Earth, profoundly changed human history.
In a world where doomsayers make bestsellers out of predictions of manmade horror that always proved untrue, this was a courageous and lonely stance.
If you only rent the facilities and are not providing a program, you will still be held responsible for the existence of natural and manmade hazards on the premises.
Oerlikon Barmag, a brand of Oerlikon's Manmade Fibers Segment reports that new yarn winder WINGS POY 1800 boosts productivity by another 20% using virtually the same amount of production space as the previous model.
Three manmade lakes will be dug, as well as the construction of stadium seating, a pavilion, a hotel, a nine-hole golf course, and residential and commercial properties.
Brussels-based CIRFS, the association representing the European manmade fibers industry, announced the appointment of Omer Sabanci as president.
The project features about 1,000 homes surrounding a manmade lake, in addition to restaurants and other commercial development.
In the EU 27 the production index for manmade fibres stood at 87.
The new company will process and sell products made from manmade fibers, in particular reusable materials based on high-tenacity polyester filaments, monofilaments made from polymers and polyester spunbondeds.
Oerlikon will focus on the manmade fiber business and has renamed the Textile Segment the Manmade Fibers Segment.