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manufacture

The production, preparation, propagation, compounding, conversion or processing of any item, either directly or indirectly, by extraction from substances of natural origin or independently by means of chemical synthesis, or by a combination of extraction and chemical synthesis, and which includes any packaging or repackaging of the substance or labelling or relabelling of its container.
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In their defense, the manufacturers raised the "bare-metal defense," under which they said they should not be held liable for harms caused by later-added third-party parts.
The state had argued that the law is a merger of regulations that dealt separately with automobile manufacturers and farm and tractor manufacturers.
* Manufacturer's insurer carries only low limits, insufficient to protect all parties;
Increasingly, these manufacturers are outsourcing component work to reduce costs and streamline their supply chains.
As on average taxi drivers spend more than 3,000 hours a year in their cabs, the manufacturers have introduced features to make their lives just that bit more comfortable including an ergonomic seat with lumbar support and armrest.
Established in 1938, the manufacturer of Allmand portable light towers, compact tractor loader backhoes, Port-A-Lite light stands, trailer mounted arrow boards and message boards job-site heaters.
These regulations can affect plastics product manufacturers, causing companies to eliminate or reduce the emissions from painting or finishing operations or even replace processes like hand-laid fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) composites, which produce significant styrene emissions.
Manufacturers met Tier 1 levels through relatively minor engine modifications, including changes in fuel rates, timing and compression.
Alternatively, and more likely, the foreign manufacturer may have "minimum contacts" with Arkansas under a "specific" jurisdiction theory.
Rogelio Golfarb, president of Brazil's national association of auto manufacturers, Anfavea, says that the technology drove sales of 1.7 million new vehicles in 2005.
Even Japanese high-tech electronics manufacturers had to invest in overseas production facilities to stay competitive.
Rope makers could be sued because their ropes were used in kidnappings or strangling cases; car manufacturers could be held liable for hit and run accidents; and hockey puck makers could be held liable for broken teeth and concussions.

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