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a person or business that makes or builds something

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Globally, we are seeing a number of instances where Design for Recycling is being incorporated, at least conceptually, and that is a motivation, especially for global manufacturers," says Scott Home, vice president of government relations and general counsel for ISRI.
Much of this activity has been driven by competitive pressures as manufacturers strive to build more solid relationships with large retailers.
In securitization, the manufacturer sells receivables into a securitization conduit.
In today's marketplace, however, few RAID controller manufacturers have aggressively addressed the interoperability issue.
On April 10, 1991, FDA asked the manufacturers to submit evidence that silicone gel-filled breast implants were safe and effective.
Gun manufacturers who cut safety corners to make a quick buck endanger the public and should be held accountable in court.
Couple that with the number of manufacturers (1,935 biomedical equipment companies had, as of press time, been identified by the federal government as being susceptible to the Y2K problem), and the complexity of addressing the situation becomes staggering.
Needless to say, the manufacturer - who is no longer in business - was not happy, and told us to just pass the helmets onto the schools because our testing would be faulty.
Account books kept by the Haworth-area manufacturer, Robert Heaton, indicate that spinners produced the greatest volume of yarn from January through March, the winter months.
The customer has other financing alternatives available from parties unaffiliated with the manufacturer and is in control of, the selection of financing alternatives.
Defining packaging as pollution generated by manufacturers makes the take-back idea seem compatible with the economically (and emotionally) satisfying "polluter-pays" principle.
In other words, manufacturers and agents who belong to the largest and oldest association of manufacturers' agents view their relationships in terms of both their own needs and those of the other party.
But in these instances we hold harmless the gun manufacturer and investigate the officers and people involved.
Again, this reduces the product cost for the retailers involved--with no promotional benefit for the manufacturer.
While the best solution for Chinese local auto part manufacturer is to merge and reorganize.
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