Thesaurus / manufacture

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The form of cooperation that’s never been done before is having a company that did not invent the vaccine provide its factories so that they can scale up that manufacture.
While polio had been the cause of multiple 20th century epidemics, Salk’s development process — just six years from lab discoveries to mass manufacture — was among the fastest in history.
My colleague Parker Rogers and I recently analyzed innovations in the design and manufacture of artificial limbs during the US Civil War.
The manufacture of each panel demands a fair amount of energy and factories are expensive to build.
The roots are used as fuel; and their ashes make excellent ley for the manufacture of soap.
We both remarked on the deplorable weakness of the cream, and had a good laugh over the method of its manufacture.
"We manufacture air only partly, friend Michael," replied Barbican.
By 1874 the manufacture of menhaden oil and guano had become identified as one of the important industries of this country.
THE STRONGHOLDMIRIAM HAYNIE
A typical industry instanced to support this objection was the manufacture of fire wood.
The right to manufacture will be disposed of in any part of the country.

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