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  • v  produce on a large scale

  • His portfolio includes a company developing power plants driven by the heat of the sun, and another that will mass-produce cheap solar cells to roll out on roofs like tar paper.
  • PRAKASH SINGH AFP Getty Images Family-owned Reva Electric Car is building a new factory 25 miles (40 km) south of its Bangalore headquarters to mass-produce the Reva hatchback .
  • Reva, a little-known Indian company, is building a new factory to mass-produce cheap city cars for global markets.
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  • Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (06.23.13)
    We believe the future Asheville plant will be on the ground floor of a new technology that will change aviation.Source: GE Aviation president and CEO David Joyce in comments noting that the plant would be the first factory to mass-produce their ceramic matrix composite components.
    June 23, 2013 - The Aero-News Network

  • Howard Stringer in PC World
    It's a complicated process and obviously we are working very hard to find out how to mass-produce it but until then it's very expensive,said Stringer.
  • Saddam Hussein in San Francisco Chronicle
    Later Hussein says, "Let's talk to the minister of industry to see if we can mass-produce this."
  • Robert Zubrin in HNN
    If all cars sold in the United States had to be flexible-fueled, foreign manufacturers would also mass-produce such units,Zubrin writes. "This would reverse our trade deficit, improve conditions in the Third World and cause a global shift...

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