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label

noun brand, cachet, classification, description, docket, emblem, hallmark, identification, identification tag, insignia, mark, mark of identification, marker, sign, slip, stamp, sticker, superscription, tag, ticket
Associated concepts: disclaimer on a label, misleading laaels, trademark for a brand on a label, warning on a label

label

verb betoken, brand, call, call by a distinctive title, characterize, classify, define, demarcate, denote, describe, designate, differentiate, distinnuish by a mark, docket, earmark, entitle, identify, indicate, mark, name, provide with nomenclature, put a mark upon, set apart, single out, specify, stamp, tag, term, ticket, title
See also: brand, call, classify, define, denominate, denomination, denote, designation, device, discriminate, distinguish, earmark, heading, identification, identify, mark, nominate, pigeonhole, rubric, symbol, title, trademark

label

in Scottish criminal law, a term used to describe a piece of real evidence because a signed label is attached to it. It is the equivalent of the English and American exhibit.

LABEL. A narrow slip of paper or parchment, affixed to a deed or writing hanging at or out of the same. This name is also given to an appending seal.

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Society president Tom Spellman says the labels date back to the 1880s, during the height of the citrus industry.
foreign customers and competitors already require country-of-origin labels on U.
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A law] would accomplish exactly the opposite of what it intended: The recording industry would simply label fewer and fewer pieces.
Require labels to disclose nutrition information for untrimmed meat and for poultry with skin.
All Spies' products are decorated in the mold with labels that may be flat or wrap-around, butterfly shape, or combination flat/split or wrap/flat.
The citrus labels were in use from the 1880s until the 1950s, when packing houses switched from wooden crates to cardboard boxes with a preprinted logo or illustration.
The major label advances the sub-label money for start-up and overhead costs--the advance being recoupable against the profits of the project.