• Rubber cloth production
    Rubber cloth production
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n production (law) the act of exhibiting in a court of law "the appellate court demanded the production of all documents"
    • n production the act or process of producing something "Shakespeare's production of poetry was enormous","the production of white blood cells"
    • n production the creation of value or wealth by producing goods and services
    • n production (economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale "he introduced more efficient methods of production"
    • n production an artifact that has been created by someone or some process "they improve their product every year","they export most of their agricultural production"
    • n production a presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television "have you seen the new production of Hamlet?"
    • n production a display that is exaggerated or unduly complicated "she tends to make a big production out of nothing"
    • n production the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time) "production was up in the second quarter"
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Additional illustrations & photos:

Production of dotted picture with screen Production of dotted picture with screen
Liquid air production Liquid air production

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The most recycled product in the world is the automobile.
    • Production That which is produced, yielded, or made, whether naturally, or by the application of intelligence and labor; as, the productions of the earth; the productions of handicraft; the productions of intellect or genius.
    • Production The act of lengthening out or prolonging.
    • Production The act or process or producing, bringing forth, or exhibiting to view; as, the production of commodities, of a witness.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Every second, 8000 Coca-Cola Company products are consumed in the world
    • n production The act or process of producing. The act of bringing forward or adducing.
    • n production The act of making or creating.
    • n production In political economics, the creation of values; the producing of articles having an exchangeable value.
    • n production That which is produced or made; a product of physical or mental labor; specifically, a work of literature or art.
    • n production In zoology and anatomy, the act of drawing forth or out; the state of being produced (see produced, p. a.); extension; protrusion: as, the production of the pike's jaws.
    • n production plural In Scots law, in judicial proceedings, written documents or other things produced in process in support of the action or defense.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Kellogg?s started selling their most famous product, Corn Flakes, in 1906
    • Production act of producing: that which is produced: fruit: product: : :
    • Production (pol. econ.) creation of values
    • Production (zool.) extension, protrusion
    • Production (pl.) in Scots law, written documents produced in support of the action or defence
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  • Denis Diderot
    “It is said that desire is a product of the will, but the converse is in fact true: will is a product of desire.”
  • Benjamin Disraeli
    “Every production of genius must be the production of enthusiasm.”
  • William Blake
    “Eternity is in love with the productions of time.”
  • Bill Murray
    Bill Murray
    “The government can destroy wealth but it cannot create wealth, which is the product of labor and management working with creation.”
  • Samuel Levenson
    Samuel Levenson
    “Happiness is a by-product. You cannot pursue it by itself.”
  • Gretta Brooker Palmer
    Gretta Brooker Palmer
    “Happiness is a by product of an effort to make someone else happy.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. productio, a lengthening, prolonging: cf. F. production,. See Produce.


In literature:

Finally, there is the product of social organization.
"Society" by Henry Kalloch Rowe
This is then called productive capital, but it is no more productive than the money in the bank vault.
"Usury" by Calvin Elliott
Compared with the production of Pennsylvania anthracite, the coal production of any other single section seems small.
"Monopolies and the People" by Charles Whiting Baker
This is the practical problem of tone-production, as it confronts the student of singing.
"The Psychology of Singing" by David C. Taylor
North of it, are in Prussia, Poland, and Russia, dense populations, and a great agricultural production.
"Old Mackinaw" by W. P. Strickland
The market for a good product is best only when the product is easily and plentifully obtainable.
"Northern Nut Growers Association Thirty-Fourth Annual Report 1943" by Various
The increase in production called for new means of transport.
"The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice" by Stephen Leacock
No one supposes that our choicest productions have been produced by a single variation from the aboriginal stock.
"On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection" by Charles Darwin
Products in 1859, $287,000,000 $66,000,000.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 5, May, 1864" by Various
The beards frequently become lodged in the mouth or throat and are productive of more or less serious trouble.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture

In poetry:

There's not a more productive source
Of waste of time to the young mind
Than dress; as it regards our hours
My view of it is now confined.
"Time Spent In Dress" by Charles Lamb
Who all from nothing's womb disclo'sd,
Can make th' amazing product cease;
With him our order is confus'd,
By him confusion brings forth peace.
"The Believer's Soliloquy; Especially in Times of Desertion, Temptation, Affliction, &c." by Ralph Erskine
What! Are we cowards? Are we doting fools?
Who built the cities, fructified the lands?
We make and use, but do we own the tools?
Who robbed us of the product of our hands?
"The Red Winds Come!" by John Gneisenau Neihardt
How the world is made for each of us!
How all we perceive and know in it
Tends to some moment's product thus,
When a soul declares itself—-to wit,
By its fruit, the thing it does
"By The Fire-Side" by Robert Browning
But, how to upraise him? - one shouts, t'other whistles,
While Jenky, the Conjurer, wisest of all,
Declar'd that an "over-production of thistles" —
(Here Ned gave a stare) — "was the cause of his fall."
"The Donkey and His Panniers" by Thomas Moore
O Thou! by whom the universe was made,
Mankind's support, and never failing aid,
Who bidd'st the earth her various products bear,
Who waterest the soft'ned soil with rain,
Who givest vegetation to the grain.
Unto a peasant's ardent pray'r give ear!
"The Farmer's Prayer" by Rees Prichard

In news:

World crude steel production in 2003 was 968.3 mmt IISI expects that production in 2005 will again exceed one billion tonnes.
This product appeared in the June 2012 New Products page.
Intel's Intel Developer Forum has evolved beyond silicon and Intel's disparate product lines into a venue to help customers design products and services that combine those products.
Ltd will stop operations of production furnaces at its CRT glass production bases in Singapore and Thailand by the end of June.
The furnace, which features state-of-the-art burner systems, will improve productivity and quality of all products rolled on Crucible 's 12-inch mill.
Dairy product production continues to grow.
"After consulting with our end users, we were able to fine-tune our existing product to best suit the needs of our customers," says Jay deBlonk, Daktronics ProTour product manager.
As a design/liaison engineer contracted to an Advanced Light Transit RailCar project, I was tidying up production drawings for series production.
Sensorex's analytical product line's design and production facility, featuring advanced cellular manufacturing equipment and practices, has been approved and certified by NSF Intl.
The Making of Éminence joins president and founder Boldijarre Koronczay on a trip back to Hungary to visit the sustainable Éminence farms and product laboratory, following the production process from earth to bottle.
A Serendipity Films production in co-production with Mollywood, Noord Film, Lichtpunt, with the support of the Flanders Audiovisual Fund.
Electronics manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to improve product quality, speed time to market, and reduce production costs.
BRASILIA, Brazil—Brazil's House of Representatives has approved a controversial proposal to share profits from the country's growing oil production sector more evenly between petro-producing states and those with little or no production.
Offering product videos on YouTube has reduced the rate of product returns for office furniture distributor OFM Inc. Zak Stambor, Senior Editor.
The app was developed to provide information and product knowledge for NatureWood and MicroPro treated wood products, according to the company.

In science:

Since both (N ′ , −) and (N , −) commute with products (by definition of direct product) and since, as an additive functor category, direct products in D, C ) are exact, it follows that G commutes with products.
Abelian categories and definable additive categories
Usually products are designed and built by considering general usage patterns and Prototyping is used to mimic the static or working behaviour of an actual product before manufacturing the product.
Personalised product design using virtual interactive techniques
The permutational wreath product can be thought of as a relative of the usual wreath product Λ ≀ Γ, also known as the lamplighter product of Λ and γ .
Speed exponents of random walks on groups
One checks by hand that there is no other three-qubit fully product vector orthogonal to all |ψi (cid:105)s; such sets of product vectors are called unextendible product bases (UPBs) (see section 5.1 for a detailed discussion on UPBs and more examples).
Guess your neighbour's input: no quantum advantage but an advantage for quantum theory
The notion of unextendible product bases reflects the peculiar feature of some of product Hilbert spaces H in that they can be represented as direct sums of two orthogonal subspaces, of which one is spanned by product vectors, while the second does not contain any of them, i.e., is completely entangled (see Fig. 3).
Guess your neighbour's input: no quantum advantage but an advantage for quantum theory