Maker [noun]

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The front-facing camera has been a pretty constant bugbear for phone makers for a number of years now.

After a delay of six months for its 7-nanometer chips, it’s now a year behind schedule and lagging other makers who already offer 7-nanometer chips.

Very few academics or policy makers are talking about the impact of climate change on heritage.

Approximately 60% of craft spirits makers sell less than 2,500 cases per year.

He made news as the one of the first and most public critics of the suppressed dangers of the painkiller, Vioxx, which its maker Merck withdrew from the market in 2004.

Roughly a month earlier, Brooks Brothers, the most storied suit maker in the US and outfitter of numerous presidents, claimed bankruptcy protection itself.

Baby boomers account for about 70% of affluent US household wealth, some two-thirds of which is held by opposite-sex couples in which women aren’t the active financial decision makers.

The project was originally pitched to the City Council in late 2016 as a way to capture transit and environmental data that could be useful to public planners and app makers.

No surprise then that GE, one of the biggest wind turbine makers in the world and a manufacturing titan with 3D printing experience, figures the technology is worth a shot.

The glorious sun was strong in his might, and, like his Maker, warmed the northern world into exuberant life.