Manufacturer in a sentence

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Definition of Manufacturer

  • One who manufactures.
  • a business engaged in manufacturing some product
  • someone who manufactures something

How to use manufacturer in a sentence. Manufacturer pronunciation.

The building in the court of the Cheval-Blanc, which had been formerly used as a military school, had been restored, enlarged, and decorated with extraordinary magnificence, and had been turned entirely into apartments of honor, in order, as his Majesty said, to give employment to the manufacturers of Lyons, whom the war deprived of any, outside market.
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Ada's money, united with a small capital in her husband's possession, went to purchase a share in the business of Messrs. Ducker, Blunt & Co., manufacturers of disinfectants; Arthur Peachey, previously a clerk to the firm, became a junior partner, with the result that most of the hard work was thrown upon his shoulders.
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She then felt well enough to rise, and after refreshment betook herself by cab to the offices of Messrs Ducker, Blunt & Co., manufacturers of disinfectants, where she conversed with one of the partners, and learnt that her husband had telegraphed his intention to be absent for a day or two.
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From the manufacturer of steam-engines to the manufacturer of stockings, all were alike employed.
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The penniless had become prosperous, and the principal merchants and manufacturers, having realised large capitals, retired from business.
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All the manufacturers, who had been working day and night in preparing for the next expedition, were instantly thrown out of employ.
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The manufacturers, who were starving, consoled themselves for the absence of food by breaking all the windows in the country with the discarded shells.
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He explained to the Aboriginal the meaning of rent; to the mechanics the nature of wages; to the manufacturers the signification of profits.
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One is the extreme sharpness and rapacity of the capitalists and manufacturers; the other, the excesses, the avidity and ill-will of the workmen and artisans.
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For instance, the manufacturers and the industrials heap up a treasure each day, and the poor artisans do not gain their daily sustenance: that is the height of iniquity, and no just man can accept it.
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Therefore, laws and regulations should be established which would permit the workmen to receive from the factory owner their wages and a share in the fourth or the fifth part of the profits, according to the wants of the factory; or in some other way the body of workmen and the manufacturers should share equitably the profits and advantages.
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It would be well, with regard to the social rights of manufacturers, workmen and artisans, that laws be established, giving moderate profits to manufacturers, and to workmen the necessary means of existence and security for the future.
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The interference of courts of justice and of the Government in difficulties pending between manufacturers and workmen is legal, for the reason that current affairs between workmen and manufacturers cannot be compared with ordinary affairs between private persons, which do not concern the public, and with which the Government should not occupy itself.
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Thus the difficulties between workmen and manufacturers become a cause of general detriment.
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They were sons of the local clergy, of the officers at the Depot, and of such manufacturers or men of business as the old town possessed.
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Thousands of pairs of stockings from the most reliable manufacturers of the universe at sensational reductions.
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It is to be remarked, however, that the views he took on questions of political economy are now endorsed by many able college professors and some American manufacturers who are leading public opinion in opposition to tariffs for protection and in the direction of free trade.
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Professor Sumner argues that Southern industries either supported the Federal government, or paid tribute to the Northern manufacturers, and that consequently the grievances of the Southern States were natural and just,-that their interests were sacrificed to national interests, as the New England interests had been sacrificed to the national interests at the time of the Embargo.
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In 1832 he was an intensely popular candidate of the National Republicans, especially the merchants and manufacturers of the North and East and the friends of the United States Bank; but Southern hostility to his tariff principles and the rally of "the people" in support of Jackson's war on moneyed institutions threw him out again in notable defeat.
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This made him the idol of the merchants and manufacturers of New England.
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Examples of Manufacturer

Example #1
After repeated promenades in all directions, the Emperor seated himself with every mark of extreme impatience, asking every moment what time it was, or looking at his watch; and at last ordered me to prepare writing materials, and took his seat all alone at a little table, doubtless swearing internally at his secretaries, who had not arrived.
Example #2
During this time of waiting, the Emperor employed himself in visiting the new apartments that had been added to the chateau.
Example #3
At their marriage, the happy pair first of all established themselves in a modest house near Camberwell Road; two years later, growing prosperity brought about their removal to De Crespigny Park, where they had now resided for some twelve months.
Example #4
They were the daughters of a Camberwell builder, lately deceased; to each of them had fallen a patrimony just sufficient for their support in elegant leisure.
Example #5
Having, with the self-respect which distinguished her, related her story from the most calumnious point of view, she went home again to nurse her headache and quarrel with Fanny.
Example #6
Until noon of to-day, Mrs. Peachey had kept her bed, lying amid the wreck wrought by last night's madness.