A slip of silk, paper, parchment, etc., affixed to anything, and indicating, usually by an inscription, the contents, ownership, destination, etc.; as, the label of a bottle or a package.
A slip of ribbon, parchment, etc., attached to a document to hold the appended seal; also, the seal.
To affix a label to; to mark with a name, etc.; as, to label a bottle or a package.
To affix in or on a label.
A chemical tag attached to or included within a molecule to enable its subsequent identification.
Any display of written, printed, or graphic matter on the immediate container of any article, or any such matter affixed to any consumer commodity or affixed to or appearing upon a package containing any consumer commodity. (21 CFR 1.3)
The information printed on or attached to the pesticide container or wrapper.
A legally binding document affixed to all pesticide containers outlining the product's constituents, amount of active ingredients, primary uses, precautions, and worker protection safety standard (WPS) information.
The printing on the actual CD. Accomplished by screen, pad or offset printing methods. Also refers to the paper label affixed to a vinyl record.
A compound or atom that is either attached to or incorporated into a macromolecule and is used to detect the presence of a compound, substance, or macromolecule in a sample. a.k.a. tag.
Attachment used for identification purposes in field trials. Can also refer to incorporated radioactive marker.
The printed matter attached to or accompanying the product that states the approved uses,directions for use and pertinant restrictions and precautions regarding the use, storage and disposal of the product, which was approved as a result of the registration process.
A separate slip or sheet of paper affixed to a surface for identification or description. For fiberboard boxes include Full Label: A printed sheet of paper laminated to and covering the entire surface of the box blank. Usually used to add finescreen, four-color illustrations that cannot be achieved with direct printing on the porous paperboard surface. Mailing or Shipping Label: A small label usually attached by the box user to provide shipping instructions. Spot Label: A printed sheet covering a portion of the surface of the box blank. May cover a portion of one panel, a full panel or several panels of the box. UPC(Universal Product Code) Label: A small label, usually printed in black ink on white paper, carrying sharp image of the contents' code. Used instead of direct printing of bar codes when scanning equipment requires higher resolution.
An identification placed on a package, carton, bundle, pallet or rolls indicationg contents.
A piece of paper or leather attached to the spine or upper board indicating the title, author, publisher, etc.
attach a tag or label to; "label these bottles"
a marker that you can attach selectively to a set of otherwise
a piece of paper or other material inscribed and affixed to a package or container for identification or description
a (preferably unique) word or short sentence attached to a filesystem, as a referer
includes any legend, word or mark attached to, included in, belonging to or accompanying any food. [Section 1 Food and Drugs Act
Any written, printed, or graphic matter affixed to or appearing upon any package containing shellfish. (2)
The written, printed or graphic matter, attached to the pesticide container or wrapper. Required by US law to list all active chemical ingredients in a product, its permissible uses and instructions for application. Need not list inert ingredients even though these may be equally toxic.
A legal document attached to the pesticide container, which is a binding agreement between the pesticide registrant, EPA, and the user.
A paper label, usually circular, affixed to the centre portion of disc records and containing identifying information about the provenance and contents of the recording. Before paper labels began to be used, circa 1900, information was etched or stamped onto the surface of the disc in the same area.
A piece of paper (may be pressure-sensitive or not) that carries the name and address (and possibly a code) of a prospect or previous buyer. It is affixed to an order form, letter, or outer envelope for mailing purposes.
A slip of e.g. paper or metal attached to an object to indicate the nature, ownership, destination, contents and/or other particulars of the object.
A display of written, printed, or graphic material on the immediate container of an agricultural product or any such material affixed to any agricultural product or affixed to a bulk container containing an agricultural product, except for package liners or a display of written, printed, or graphic material which contains only information about the weight of the product.
The printed information on the packaging of a pesticide formulation that displays the brand name, provides information about the active ingredient, gives instructions for using the product, and lists additional information as required by the registration authority.
An item that functions as a means of identification, especially a small piece of paper or cloth attached to an article to designate its origin, owner, contents, use, or destination
Notice attached to a container, bearing information concerning its contents.
A card or strip of paper, etc., marked and attached to an object to indicate such information as its nature, content, ownership, destination, etc.
Includes any legend, word or mark attached to, included in, belonging to or accompanying any food, drug, cosmetic, device or package. NHPs are included.
To affix the inner or outer label of the NHP.
All written, printed, or graphic matter on or attached to pesticide containers as required by law.
Letters, numbers, and other symbols placed on cargo packages to facilitate identification for handling, transportation, and delivery. Affixed to one or more sides of each package, and usually containing the company names and addresses of the shipper and consignee.