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producer

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manufacturer

a business which is engaged in making consumer goods and capital goods using factor inputs such as raw materials, labour and capital. See VALUE ADDED.

producer

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supplier

the basic producing-supplying unit of economic theory. In economic theory, a producing unit is usually a FIRM, although government organizations also produce goods and services.
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As far as they knew, these gases could be produced only as petroleum is--by great heat applied to ancient, buried organic matter.
Blister--A defect in metal produced by gas bubbles either on the surface or formed beneath the surface while the metal is hot or plastic.
Should hydrogen become the transportation fuel of choice, as many believe it will with most hydrogen produced ultimately from fossil fuels--another 12 quads would be required to make hydrogen from water, he wrote.
As was the case for rate, the molecular weight of the rubber produced in in vitro assays varied with the concentration and size of the initiator and with the concentration of the monomer (ref.
A prototype consisting of six trapezoidal veto detectors arranged around a plastic scintillator has been tested with an electron beam produced by a Van de Graaff accelerator.
In 2005, the country will produce 385,050 tons of sugar, a million bags more than produced a year earlier.
As far as the science books are concerned, ethanol is merely a form of alcohol, commonly produced from corn, that is mixed in with gasoline to provide transportation power.
It doesn't matter how it was produced if a 3-year-old with a runny nose touches every piece in the produce bin.
According to Pekka Korvenniemi, technical director at Kangas, the mill has produced hundreds of paper grades throughout its 130-year history.
We have added a new enterprise to the farm mix, sustainably produced vegetables, fruits, and flowers.
HIV infection causes the body to produce large amounts of antibodies -- specialized proteins produced by the immune system to fight infecting bacteria or other organisms.