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producer

in the law of PRODUCT LIABILITY, in relation to a product:
  1. (1) the person who manufactured it;
  2. (2) in the case of a substance that has not been manufactured but has been won or abstracted, the person who won or abstracted it;
  3. (3) in the case of a product that has not been manufactured, won or abstracted but essential characteristics of which are attributable to an industrial or other process having been carried out (for example, in relation to agricultural produce), the person who carried out that process.
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The Nanomaterials Directory 2014 is the first publication ever to collate all nanomaterials producers and product developers in a single-volume, categorised by nanomaterials, types sold and countries where the sellers are based, in one easy-to-access guide.
These actors, agents, directors, producers, executives, lawyers, and distributors wield considerable power when it comes to green-lighting multimillion-dollar projects or influencing decisions related to theatrical releases, television shows, and other forms of filmed entertainment.
Multiple-award winner Marshall Herskovitz, whose producing credits range from ``The Last Samurai'' to television's ``thirtysomething,'' has been elected president of the Producers Guild of America, it was announced Monday.
Episodic television comedy producers nominated for the Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award were the teams from ``Everybody Loves Raymond,' ``Malcolm in the Middle,'' ``Scrubs,'' ``Sex and the City'' and ``Will & Grace.
For specialty paper producers, the large office and small office/home office (SOHO) marketplace catered to by large retail office supply stores offers challenges and opportunities-a two-edged sword.
State pork associations, with assistance from the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), have been busily contacting all the producers in their states for whom they have telephone numbers.
I think they squandered a grand opportunity and it's largely the fault of producers who were shameless and greedy, people of dismal taste, who were more interested in making deals than films and who made a lot of money for themselves.
NIPR has evolved from a mostly company-focused organization to one that is more clearly tuned in to the multifaceted needs of producers, he said.
Randy Blach, executive vice president of Cattle Fax (a branch of the NCBA), observes that cow-calf producers responded to another year of record-high calf prices and continued to expand beef cow and replacement heifer numbers during 2005.
The Producers Guild of America defended itself Friday against a report issued this week that blamed producers, along with the major broadcast networks, for a severe lack of diversity among the ranks of those directing the top 40 prime-time programs.
Producers attending World Pork Expo June 8-10 in Indianapolis, Ind.