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  • n. Absence of production.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A failure to produce or exhibit.


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non- +‎ production


  • The plant was opened in 1941 and operated by Remington Arms Company, Inc. from 1941 through 1985 (except for the nonproduction years).

    What brand of ammumition are being used in our american military rifles?

  • The company said the audits included annual reviews of final-assembly manufacturers, first-time audits of component and nonproduction suppliers and 15 repeat audits of facilities at which a core violation had been discovered.

    Apple Audits Labor Practices

  • Toyota added one more nonproduction day at a plant in the U.S. in late February.

    Toyota to Supply Hybrid Technology to Mazda

  • November 1999: CNPC corporatizes subsidiary PetroChina Co. with plans to retain control; PetroChina takes the group ' s crown jewels and most nonproduction operations are re tained by the parent company.

    Enemy of the State

  • As the Soviet Union found during its economic crisis in the 1980s, spending an exorbitant amount ... ndash; almost a trillion dollars by the US today ... ndash; on military nonproduction is simply unsustainable.

    Kissinger's recovery plan: WTO or 'chaos'

  • The 500 cuts announced Tuesday are nonproduction jobs, or about 15% of its nonproduction work force.

    Logitech Cuts Jobs, Drops Targets

  • The company is expanding the number of nonproduction days at each facility in the first quarter by adding to cuts previously announced in January.

    Toyota Reduces Production

  • The nonproduction days vary from plant to plant depending on the products and their inventory levels.

    Toyota Reduces Production

  • Harley-Davidson said about 70% of the latest job cuts, which will include about 800 hourly production workers and 300 nonproduction, salaried positions, will take place this year.

    Harley-Davidson to Cut Over 1,000 Jobs

  • Harley Davidson plans to eliminate 700 hourly jobs and 300 nonproduction, mostly salaried workers, in addition to 1,400 previous reductions.

    Harley Weighs Options for Finance Arm


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