producers

[ pruh-doo-ser, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF producers
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRODUCERS

American producers of very fine wool have ever fed an expectation, but never obtained the fruition of their hopes.

They will seek other occupations, and be consumers rather than producers of meats.

Gallicolous: dwellers in galls, whether as producers or inquilines.

Marx never argued that the producers of wealth had a right to the wealth produced.

Here all sorts of producers and hucksters gathered with their wares.

The actors in this institution were not producers of life's necessaries.

The animals which feed on the producers, or on other animals, are the consumers.

If this is the case with all produce, all producers are then poor.

The reasoning of all producers is, in what concerns themselves, the same.

All the luxury and wealth of the non-producers is wrung from the labor of the producers.