Definition of Remanufacturers

1. Noun. (plural of remanufacturer) ¹



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Definition of Remanufacturers

1. remanufacturer [n] - See also: remanufacturer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remanufacturers

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remanufacturers (current term)
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Literary usage of Remanufacturers

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"They now manufacture brass, German silver, etc., and are extensive remanufacturers of metal. _ The Coe Brass Manufacturing Company of Torrington, Conn., ..."

2. Personal Cars and China =: Si Ren Jiao Che Yu Zhongguo by Zhongguo gong cheng yuan, National Research Council (U.S.) (2003)
"CHINA'S AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY TODAY By the end of 1999 China had 2391 automotive enterprises: 118 OEMs, 546 motor vehicle remanufacturers, 136 motorcycle ..."

3. 1795-1895. One Hundred Years of American Commerce ...: A History of American by Chauncey Mitchell Depew (1895)
"They now manufacture brass, German silver, etc., employing 1650 persons, and are extensive remanufacturers of metal. The Coe Brass Manufacturing Company, ..."

4. The New Unionism in the Clothing Industry by Jacob M. Budish, George Henry Soule (1920)
"... a number surpassed among industrial workers only by those in iron and steel and their products, lumber and its remanufacturers, and textiles. ..."

5. The New Unionism in the Clothing Industry by Jacob M. Budish, George Henry Soule (1920)
"... a number surpassed among industrial workers only by those in iron and steel and their products, lumber and its remanufacturers, and textiles. ..."

6. The Brass Industry in Connecticut: A Study of the Origin and the Development by William Gilbert Lathrop (1909)
"... Plume & Atwood were more largely remanufacturers and by means of control of patents and the trade in certain specialties they each had a large business ..."

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