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  • n. Plural form of tiremaker.

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Examples

  • But then, the Mountjoys, Shakespeare's landlords, were not only French -- and therefore suspicious aliens -- but also "tiremakers," artisans who created headdresses and periwigs for the theater and for people of fashion.

    Shakespeare, Center Stage

  • Automakers and tiremakers also rose strongly, with Toyota Motor up 7.3% and Honda Motor up 2.7%.

    Tokyo Shares Resume Climb

  • But in a 128-page ruling that delved deeply into the economics of the tire market, the WTO panel found that the administration had presented information "sufficient to support . . . its conclusion that subject imports from China were a 'significant cause' of material injury" to U.S. tiremakers.

    World Trade Organization upholds U.S. tax on Chinese tires

  • Because the tire industry is very competitive, tiremakers may not be able to pass the price whole price increase along to consumers for long.

    U.S. imposes tire tariff on China

  • The state of California is working on developing a rating for tire rolling resistance, which it plans to require tiremakers to print on the tire sidewalls starting in 2009.

    Michelin champions tire rolling resistance

  • Giant billboards like the one in Times Square may help raise awareness of the problem to a small degree, although it omits savings by any other tiremakers 'products.

    Michelin champions tire rolling resistance

  • Giant billboards like the one in Times Square may help raise awareness of the problem to a small degree, although it omits savings by any other tiremakers' products.

    Michelin champions tire rolling resistance

  • Jan. 14 Bloomberg -- Japanese stocks fluctuated as banks rose on speculation they will benefit from revised international regulations, while tiremakers fell after Nikko Cordial

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The advance raises costs for tiremakers such as Bridgestone Corp. and boosts inflation as other commodities including grains, metals and crude oil climb.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • China, the world's largest market, and the biggest increase in Japanese vehicle production in three decades means tiremakers will make the most sales ever, reigniting a rally in rubber prices.

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