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label

a paper or plastic attachment to a product, or part of the product's PACKAGING, which provides information about the product.
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If a major label isn't going to help a band increase their sales base, then this is a good time to completely reassess.
NiceLabel([TM]) SE, Primera Edition label design software is included for Windows users.
WESTERN EUROPE 135 General 135 Label Demand by Application Method & Material 136 Label Demand by Market 140 France 142 Germany 149 Italy 156 Netherlands 162 Spain 168 United Kingdom 174 Other Western Europe 181 VI.
Blow molders sense that their competitive position is improved by the new label technology.
Vision systems check for the presence of a label, correct label use, label registration, and part quality in-line with molding.
The citrus labels were in use from the 1880s until the 1950s, when packing houses switched from wooden crates to cardboard boxes with a preprinted logo or illustration.
The major label advances the sub-label money for start-up and overhead costs--the advance being recoupable against the profits of the project.
Epson matte labels are available in both die cut and continuous label rolls.
An initiative in Beverly Hills to specify on a label how the animal used for a fur coat was killed?
Paul Morris, vice president, sales and marketing, Healthcare, MeadWestvaco Consumer Solutions Group, said, "Adding National Label to MeadWestvaco's network of service partners strengthens our ability to accommodate higher-growth markets where companies are seeking single-source providers.