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  • n. Plural form of integrator.


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  • The strategy also requires that "integrators" -- large livestock companies that contract with smaller operators to raise their animals -- share responsibility for meeting regulatory requirements.

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  • The industry is highly vertically integrated, with poultry production companies (known as integrators) contracting with farmers (referred to as growers) to raise the birds prior to slaughter Number of broilers and other meat-type chickens sold in the United States, 2007 (Source: USDA Census of Agriculture, 2007).

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  • Their requirements are very different from resellers and system integrators, which is why we developed this program.

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  • These two entities are referred to as integrators and are the interface entities between the production studios and the exhibitors. Home Page

  • With this machine, its ten "integrators" would be adjusted (by setting dials) to represent the varying factors of the problem, and then started turning.

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  • The Pew researchers referred to these people as "integrators,"

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  • Industrial pig farming has been "so misreported," Bruce Rastetter, an owner of Heartland Pork, one of the two largest "integrators" (pork producers) in the state, told me when dismissing my request to visit.

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  • You could put different gears on the shafts using screwdrivers and hammers and it had "integrators," that gave the product of two shafts coming in on a third shaft coming out.

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  • Integrating Care through ACOsACOs can serve as "integrators" that link fragmented entities of the health care system around accountability for value

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  • Contract chicken farmers are at the mercy of big chicken processors, known as "integrators," which provide chicks and feed.



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