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  • n. Plural form of manufacture.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of manufacture.


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  • When people hear that Derercuny is owned by a Samsung company, they associate it with electronics and think that designs must involve "high tech and strange fabrics," says Ms. Lee, adding that she finds it "slightly annoying" having to always explain that her label manufactures everything in Italy, using European fabrics and that Derercuny has nothing to do with electronics.

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  • I don†™ t buy products from certain manufactures who give money to Republicans!

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  • Much of this of course will depend upon the continued expansion of world trade which, in manufactures, continues to expand at around 8 % per annum.

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  • That we may be able to sell our products of one kind, we will have to rather cut down on certain manufactures and import them in order that we may thereby produce a market for our goods.

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  • Ninety percent of that which the United States manufactures is consumed in its own country.

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  • Davis was inaugurated President of the Southern Confederacy, there were approximately only one hundred thousand persons employed in Southern manufactures as against more than a million in Northern mills.

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  • It is not alone in manufactures that cheap power will prove advantageous, but also in lighting, possibly in heating, and certainly in many domestic uses, not alone in the great cities, but in the villages and on the farms.

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  • By investing this amount in English manufactures, the six dollars and a quarter received for the skin could be made to produce ten dollars paid for the English goods in New York.

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  • The pastoral life, compared with the labors of agriculture and manufactures, is undoubtedly a life of idleness; and as the most honorable shepherds of the Tartar race devolve on their captives the domestic management of the cattle, their own leisure is seldom disturbed by any servile and assiduous cares.

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  • Here’s the deal: Lockheed Martin manufactures the F-35 fighter plane and Pratt & Whitney makes the engine.

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