Definition of Line of products
1. Noun. A particular kind of product or merchandise. "A nice line of shoes"
Generic synonyms: Merchandise, Product, Ware
Specialized synonyms: Sideline
Terms within: Top Of The Line
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Literary usage of Line of products
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1. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"from the beaten course, and turning out year after year a definite line of products for the specific purpose in view. Why is it that the epithelial cells of ..."
2. Trusts, Pools, and Corporations by William Zebina Ripley (1916)
"That is the reason why we have been able to develop our business, because we could offer them a diversified line of products from one source. ..."
3. America's Interests After the European War (1915)
"Under conditions as they existed formerly, he may have been satisfied with the profit earned on his whole line of products, as shown by his annual balance ..."
4. Value and Distribution: A Critical and Constructive Study by Herbert Joseph Davenport (1908)
"But the inadequacy of the general equipment does not explain the market values of any particular line of products, that is to say, the exchange relations ..."
5. The Science Record edited by Alfred Ely Beach (1875)
"... of products comprises the steels ; it tuns quite parallel to the former one, and each member thereof has an analogue in the former line of products. ..."