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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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Why he's powerful: Allen's Entertainment Studios produces, distributes, and sells advertising for 15 television programs, making it among the largest independent producers and distributors of first-run syndicated programming.
In Marshall Herskovitz, we're incredibly fortunate to have one of our industry's most widely respected producers of both motion pictures and television eager to assume the PGA Presidency,'' stated PGA Executive Director Vance Van Petten.
The most common lead-generation method used by agencies is to purchase lead lists and send out mailings and/or have telemarketers or producers follow up on these leads, try to get an expiration date and schedule an appointment a few months before the renewal date.
The 2005 Agricultural Media Study conducted by ABM's AgriCouncil documented nearly 4 in 10 producers will increase their use of Print and the Internet over the next 3 to 4 years while 2 in 3 producers ages, 20-29 and 30-39 will increase their use of Print and the Internet.
Championing the industry in Sudbury is Music and Film in Motion (MFM), which acts as a contact point for producers seeking to shoot movies in the area.
The first major "non-Norscan" producers of market pulp ("Others") were predominantly from continental Europe.
While the synthetic rubber (SR) industry has long considered itself a global enterprise, individual producers have continued to operate as if it were still the 1950s when the bulk of their business was domestic.
says Gary Beach, talking about winning his first Tony award, for his featured role in Mel Brooks's uber-hit The Producers.
Also, PE producers want to capture what profits they can in the first half of this year, before big capacity increases from Nova and Union Carbide kick in during the second half.
General Hospital," Wendy Riche, executive producer; Julie Hanan Carruthers, senior supervising producer; Carol Scott, Lisa Levenson, producers; Marty Vagts, coordinating producer; Shelley Curtis, consulting producer (ABC)
By April, prices had increased to around 25 cents per pound, but most producers were still losing $40 on every hog sold.
In what is becoming the Garden of the Golf, as opposed to the Garden of the Gulf, the Lucy Maud industry and its expansion has made Island doll peddlers, innkeepers and smart, smooth-pitching producers "from away" natural bed buddies.