- n. A set of labels applied to the various objects in a system.
- n. biochemistry The introduction of a traceable chemical group (e.g., containing an isotope or a fluorescent dye) into a protein or other biomolecule of interest so it can be tracked or quantified during experimental analysis.
- v. present participle of label.
“But this labeling is actually consistent with the definition, only now the political affiliation has switched.”
“If our labeling is actually helping us get closer to the truth, then we should pursue it full-steam.”
“Front-of-package nutrition labeling is one of the hottest topics in food marketing today.”
“Here's another example, where calorie labeling is designed to -- and does -- affect food sellers 'behavior as much or more than that of the consumers to whom it is ostensibly directed.”
“Information provision through labeling is a way to get movement on the substance without direct regulation — animal welfare, for example.”
“The long-awaited country of origin labeling or COOL will be enforced beginning today — so you can expect to see a "COOL" on "muscle cuts and ground beef (including veal), pork, lamb, goat and chicken; wild and farm-raised fish and shellfish; fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables; peanuts, pecans, macadamia nuts and ginseng.”
“The viral labeling is the first boycott technique that successfully combines online (virtual) and real life activities.”
“The problem with labeling is that eventually we all just ignore it anyway.”
“So to me, the labeling is merely a poor attempt to right some very basic wrongs in our society which has led us to unhealthy choices.”
“Maybe some accuracy in labeling can be brought to thetable.”
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