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industry-standard

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  • Through the barrel sales, the company is able to get revenue today for a product that won't be ready for several years, and because these barrels are smaller than the industry-standard 200 liters, the whiskey matures faster.

    Swedish Whiskey Maker Looks Abroad

  • The organic approach is based on industry-standard traffic light controllers.

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  • For the next licensing auction, Baghdad has refused to offer industry-standard production-sharing contracts, where the oil company owns a portion of the oil in the ground and can profit from its sale.

    Iraq Blocks Exxon License Bid

  • The South Korean company also launched an industry-standard security layer for its mobile devices, trying to lure in more corporate clients in a bid to outmaneuver Apple Inc. in mobile devices designed for the enterprise and home.

    Samsung Launches New Galaxy Smartphone, Tablet

  • The South Korean company also launched an industry-standard security layer for its mobile devices, trying to lure in more corporate clients.

    Business Watch

  • Modern Family, while reaching its usual night-leading numbers in viewership (12.88 million) and demo rating (5.5), declined to a season low in the industry-standard 18-to-49 crowd.

    Ratings: Modern Family Hits Season Low in Demo

  • RSS (generally referred to as Really Simple Syndication) is an industry-standard format designed to enable the easy sharing of web content, such as book information, news reports, blogs, or any other information which is updated regularly.

    BookBrowse RSS feeds

  • Florian Mueller , an intellectual property consultant who first uncovered the court document, said Motorola's royalty rate appeared high, and was likely offered only because it is required to offer licenses for its industry-standard patents.

    Motorola Seeks Slice of iPhone, iPad Sales

  • Mr. Strawbridge notes that orders have been placed for future ships that can carry 18,000 twenty-foot-equivalent units, an industry-standard container.

    Ripples Likely From Wider Canal

  • A Clearwire spokesman said it had enough cash to fund its business for at least 12 months but it would need about $300 million in working capital and another $600 million to convert to the industry-standard 4G technology, called LTE.

    Turmoil Hits Sprint at Just the Wrong Time

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