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The paper was stamped American Embassy,' and it was the digest of several opinions as to the effect of the new patent law upon the import of articles manufactured under processes controlled by the Coulson & Bruce syndicate.
Nobody manufactured their opinions for them; they were all rebels of one variety or another, and their lips were strangers to platitudes.
We, of course, had nothing to do with the passing of false money--we only manufactured it (sometimes at the rate of four hundred pounds' worth in a week); and left its circulation to be managed by our customers in London and the large towns.
They gave out that they knew how to weave stuffs of the most beautiful colors and elaborate patterns, the clothes manufactured from which should have the wonderful property of remaining invisible to everyone who was unfit for the office he held, or who was extraordinarily simple in character.
Protectionists can use the concern with outsourcing, the claim that East Asian countries (particularly China) undervalue their exchange rates, the existence of poor working conditions in countries which are naturally poor, and so on, as pretexts for imposing tariffs or other restraints on manufactured imports into the United States.
927 requiring that export property eligible for FSC benefits be manufactured in the U.
Based on the affordability of manufactured housing as a vehicle to homeownership, we expect there to be high demand for capital resources, committed leadership and transparent operational platforms in this sector," said Chris Gilson, executive vice president and business leader of GMAC Manufactured Housing.
MPM addresses "how" a product is to be manufactured and provides the link between product design systems that address "what" has to be manufactured, and shop-floor execution systems that address the "when and where" of production.
Factors that could cause results to differ from these statements include the competitive nature of the electronic design automation and semiconductor industries (including the potential for competitors to introduce alternative technologies), uncertainties about the ability to develop and deploy complex technology as anticipated, possible changes in the way semiconductors are manufactured and tested, as well as factors identified in documents filed by Synopsys with the Securities and Exchange Commission, especially the most recent report on Form 10-K.

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