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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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The deals enable the distributors to offer their client labels digital distribution using IODA's innovative D3 (Digital Distribution Dashboard) platform, giving them access to IODA's network of more than 250 digital retailers, mobile outlets and subscription services worldwide.
Heinz reports strong sales and plans to use full-body labels in other categories of ketchup, a staple for which demand had long been considered mature.
Scotts had to adjust the way one of the labels was charged, since it was printed with black ink on one end and orange on the other.
According to the National Association of Record Industry Professionals, the record industry is a $38-billion-a-year business fed as much by the thousands of small independent labels operating out of the basements, car trunks, and studio apartments of music mogul hopefuls as it is by the four major multinational establishments.
Spellman, 45, owns more than 900 labels and sees them as more than just collectibles.
Selecting any of the label categories from the Label Category pull-down menu takes the visitor to a list of logos used on labels alongside links to information about the certifying agency or organization, including a program summary, a CU evaluation, program contact information, a list of the board of directors, and what products are certified by the program.
that families and other support systems (based on interviews) refer to the nursing home care recipients by any of the above labels, based on the recipient's need at the time of labeling (e.
Now Rooney wants to use that same voluntary industry standard to regulate the sale of music, something that not only goes beyond the original intent of the labels, but in fact does exactly what the labeling was designed to prevent.
To protect the public, labels should overetimate rather than underestimate the fat in a food.
We typically decrease the expected output of a production system by 10% due to frequent label changes, labels missed by the robot pick-up, maintenance on the machine and molds, line breakdowns, and other unforeseen circumstances.