1. produce on a large scale
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  • Madame Grès, born Germaine Krebs, was once as well-known as her contemporary Coco Chanel, but while Ms. Chanel sold mass-produced ready-to-wear, Ms. Grès designed only hand-made haute couture that sold first as the label "Alix" and later as "Madame Grès. Collecting Vintage Dresses Like Art
  • Even within the world of mass-produced culture, it is possible to approach the question of standardization differently.
  • mass-produced downscale versions of high-priced fashions
  • I do not know how to reconcile Caissene's insistence that "one hoe was for one woman" with Harries's meticulously documented report that chiefs had "inflated" bridewealth "from five hoes in the late 1860s to over fifty a decade later" except that perhaps the declining trade in hand-forged hoes made them that much more valuable and coveted in relation to mass-produced European imitations. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • Yes, these clothes are mass-produced and factory-fresh, but Moss is telling media that she drew her inspiration for the designs “from vintage items picked up in thrift stores.” Thrift-Shop Finds Inspire Kate Moss « Scavenging
  • What I try to avoid is mass-produced bottom-of-the-barrel troisième cru vin de table distilled from grapes grown in a soil unsuitable for the Chardonnay grape being passed off as potable.
  • Instead, they were looking for a way to mass-produce foreclosures just as they mass-produced mortgages. Want to fix the mortgage mess? Companies must recognize individual problems.
  • The cells, which run on a methanol-water mixture, can be mass-produced using a lithographic process to ‘print’ the metal electrodes and catalysts onto a porous plastic film.
  • Using a technique invented in Germany, Schmid became the first American to mass-produce rubber condoms and the leading condom manufacturer in the United States. A Renegade History of the United States
  • To be viable, cellphones and future wireless Internet access devices will need to be mass-produced.
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