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label someone or something as something

to designate someone or something as something. She labeled him as an uncouth person. We labeled the committee as a worthless organization.
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label someone or something with something

to mark or identify someone or something with something. They labeled each person who had paid the admission fee with a symbol stamped on the hand. I labeled each book with my name.
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label mate

n. someone who records on the same label (as the speaker). (Record industry.) Frank Duke is my label mate, and we like to get together and gossip about the record industry.
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Private Label Nicd/Nimd/Lith-Ion/Lead Acid Batteries
Scotts also considered pressure-sensitive labels before deciding on IML.
While the startup phase may be easy on your bank account, maintaining and growing a label requires much deeper pockets.
Spellman, 45, owns more than 900 labels and sees them as more than just collectibles.
challenged them to research the labels currently in use to describe nursing home dwellers (i.
As a result, they found themselves unwittingly exposed to other possibly offensive art: an anti-censorship activist attempting to regale them loudly with the naughty lyrics of number-one rapper and murder suspect Snoop Doggy Dogg during a debate over a new law that would outlaw selling recordings with warning labels to minors.
CSPI Position: Require labels to provide information for meat and poultry "as consumed" (cooked).
It pioneered in-mold labeling of two-compartment yogurt containers, a tricky job that involves wrapping two labels around two rotating dummy cores on robot end-of-arm tooling.
Each packing house had different labels, so it's partly a history of the packing houses and it's partly a history of the art used on the labels,'' Nichols said.
Reid and Babyface of Laface/arista, and Andre Harrell, president and CEO of Motown (see "Familiar Face on Old Label," Newspoints, this issue), have been able to wrest more dollars, creative control and decision-making power from the major labels.
Major technologies include on-demand printers, automated applicators, and stock labels.
Cutting-edge applications include a two-compartment yogurt container featuring a wrap-around label for each compartment, and a 3D lenticular-film label on a cup made as a special promotion for McDonalds featuring characters from Walt Disney.
I, for one, agree with our fellow citizens of Beverly Hills that any product made of fur should have a death label put on it.