Printed goods

textile fabrics printed in patterns, especially cotton cloths, or calicoes.

See also: Print

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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These include the jewelry and silverware manufacturing industry, the musical instrument manufacturing industry, the custom architectural woodwork and metal-work manufacturing industry, and the printed goods manufacturing industry as well as others.
To reach out to the public through print, online and social media, such as in the form of advertorials, advertisements and printed goods, to share educational information, promotional materials and anecdotes of activities on the social media platform such as Facebook and Instagram, as well as to produce brochures, animation, comics, learning materials, short online films, etc.
"This indicates a major influx of employees needed to fill the job openings of those that are retiring.That, coupled with a US packaging market forecast of 3.9% annual growth for flexographic printed goods, illustrates the increased need for trained press operators."
The amount of energy that is used by servers and individual devices far exceeds that used in the production of printed goods, and the amount of energy required for electronic devices is increasing."
"In the digital age, printed materials and printed goods are a dying art," says Napier.
1, 2009, the VAT on printed goods has been increased from 5 percent to 9 percent, and one can only say that there could not have been a more inappropriate time for this tax increase.
Caxton, whom Gillespie connects with a number of fascicular manuscripts, wanted to replicate the same versatility of the manuscript trade for his printed goods, thus meeting the demands of his customers and improving the marketability of his publications.
Throughout the manufacturing process, the independent contractors supplied labor and materials, held title to the materials and printed goods until they shipped the goods to the taxpayer, and bore the risk of loss for the materials and printed goods in the event of destruction prior to shipment or in the event of defective production.