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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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The main objective of LABLE was to study turbulent phenomena in the lowest 2 km of the atmosphere over heterogeneous terrain using a variety of novel atmospheric profiling techniques.
Cori Lable is currently a senior associate in the Boston office of Ropes & Gray.
An hour later I got this reply: "Thank you very much for your email .i will like you to know that i am in a middle of a church conference in isreal .and i am shipping this lables to my church in ghana west africa.
According to the company "it is a refreshing, full-bodied amber ale, dry-hopped for robust flavor and crisp, fruity finish." The lable desing features a rock climber laying back from a crack, and the bottom of the six-pack carrier offers guidance to popular climbing areas in the Boulder area.
The rule requires that any wet, electric-storage batteries manufactured after September 1995 and meeting the DOT "nonspillable" test criteria must be labled "nonspillable" or "nonspillable battery." Use of the clear DOT-required lable has the potential to eliminate some of the confusion and improper handling of power chairs.
1 Autoclave Indicator Lables Lable Size 6 cm x 2.5cm Chemical Band 4cm x 1cm
BOTTLING unit of major water distribution company,divesting of the bottling division.Hosed in a small warehouse the business includes a REVERSE OSMOSIS machine,delivery van and forklift as well as pallets and bottles etc.Currently they private lable bottles for numerous major corporations that want their name on bottles and distribute their own label for sale to gas stations,and convenience stores.Huge upside for a new owner to grow and sell county wide or add private labeling.Selling below asset value
A force spokesman defended the expenditure, saying that the service had been avai lable since November, 2005.