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packaging

The physical and informational material that contains and/or accompanies a marketed or investigational therapeutic agent once it is fully prepared for release to patients and/or subjects in a clinical study.
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Only Cartan's Blue Mountain package can be ordered by phone, and only then if charged to a Visa card.
89-23, which is stressed in the AOD, stated that package design costs were distinguishable from advertising expenditures, but it did not make an effective case for the reasons therefor.
Our task was to convince consumers that this was a good environmental package - in a sense, giving them permission to use the package without feeling guilty.
First, in terms of the package itself, inspectors look for parcels that have been heavily taped along the seams, have been prepared poorly for mailing, have an uneven weight distribution, or apparently have been reused.
With more choices and capabilities than ever before, this survey of software firms helps engineers evaluate solidification packages.
It does not include the cost of redesigning packages and changing production systems.
When buying a package vacation, ask exactly what is and is not included to get an estimate of how much the "not included" charges will total.
This article analyzes the new revenue procedure and its implication for taxpayers incurring package design costs.
At Sun Valley, Idaho, a special Thanksgiving package, good Nov.
Plastics in Flexible Food Packaging Markets provides the market measurements, share of different flexible packages and analysis of share in end-use markets.