endproduct

end·prod·uct

(end'prod-ŭkt)
In health care, the final state of a manufacturing, therapeutic, or statistical process.
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The method gives us the possibility of varying structure and performance characteristics of an endproduct over a wide range.
Run after run, all with an endproduct in mind, five shots, all on target - he has missed just once from his 17 strikes, with three goals to his name - and with a clear and unquestioned focus in sacrificing himself for the good of his team.
MG is a type of advanced glycation endproduct (AGEs), which is produced when food is cooked with dry heat.
Naturally there can be some disruption whilst works such as these goes ahead, but we always work hard to keep people informed and we strongly believe that the endproduct is an excellent outcome for all concerned.
10:15 TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC ENDPRODUCT SYNTHESIS IN WEST FLORIDA KARENIA BREVIS BLOOMS
Let's just hope that enough of Everton's opponents are as bereft of endproduct as a frail and fractured Fulham.
I'm just the endproduct of a fantastic group of players.
Apart from Ashley Westwood's free-kick, curled wide from 30 yards, again there was not enough endproduct to their possession.
The endproduct is them sold back to window manufacturers or plastic injection moulding firms.
Opinions vary as to whether the redevelopment needed to be on quite such a grand (and expensive) scale but Birmingham City Council, whose pounds 20m loan was essential to the project, would only get involved if the endproduct was, as they put it, "iconic.
Would that not result in the endproduct being based on equally competitive pricing pattern?
Delighted with the endproduct, Smith admitted Durham expected a much tougher test from the pitch.