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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.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006

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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Thanks to their modular design, MULTIVAC's conveyor belt labellers offer a high level of flexibility for labelling a wide range of packs, such as pots, jars, bottles, folding cartons, tubular pouch packs, thermoformed packs, trays, and even boxes.
As the food processing industry is evolving quickly and digital manufacturing is playing a greater role day by day, we expect that within six months food companies will be able to source a pallet labeller that not only functions well at low temperatures but that also incorporates linear adjust movements so that it suits a conveyor delivering pallets in various heights and widths.
Due to its small foot-print, the new tamper evident labeller is easy to fit into any production area, and can be used as an off-line or in-line unit.
16 Marel OCM9500 Box Labellers deliver consistent weighing accuracy at higher speeds than manual labelling and reduce manning levels on the line.
Combinations of these can also be achieved across up to eight labellers.
The Vinetta is a very space-saving labeller in rotary design.
A sleeve effect obtained thanks to a revolutionary roll-fed machine, without the costs and the bonds of sleever and of roll-fed machines: to sum up, this is the solution proposed by PE Labellers for wrap-around labelling on lines characterized by a high production output.
Labellers president, has symbolically started the industrial production of this new labeller.
An integrated buffer enables the sleeve reels to be spliced while the labeller is running at full speed and ensures high-precision splicing.
Another new section, called the "B & H Customer Gallery," features photographs of working B & H labellers and the operators and maintenance personnel that keep them running.
Also among the latest innovations on the stand were the state-of-the-art Sequence Total front/back labeller. The Sequence Total features an advanced digital control box providing reliable operator interface for quick and easy format change.
On show will be a complete bottling line, including a small rinser-filler-crowner 9-9-1 plus U shaped conveyors with accumulation tables and in line labeller for bottles, all in a 5 x 3 metre space.