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  • In the studio, new design and small scale production still takes place.
  • Production of nuclear power has taken place at two sites along the river.
  • The film has itself been an influence in a range of other productions.
  • For them, she performed in at least six silent films including one feature-length production.
  • It has also been used as a location for film and television productions.
  • This engine was used not only in production cars but also in their race cars.
  • Land itself has no cost of production, because it is not produced by humans.
  • Regular cultural events also take place here, such as open-air theatre productions.
  • We are one among the leading International award winning production studio.
  • It had some success in national competitions and went into small scale production.
  • This principle is the very foundation today of all American large-scale production. Cited from The Age of Invention, by Holland Thompson
  • Plans for actual production of the aircraft have not been announced.
  • They became so popular, however, that they were soon being offered as separate productions.
  • She performed in several stage productions and worked on various film projects.
  • From then on, he kept acting in school productions for the following years.
  • They were gone often with theater productions and home life remained the same.
  • The production process might also have influenced the views expressed in the plays.
  • This class first entered service in the late 1980s, and is still in low rate production.
  • The game achieved little success and remained largely unknown as it never went into large scale production.
  • It has long been a popular choice for school and community productions.
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Meaning of production

  • noun The act or process of producing something
    Shakespeare's production of poetry was enormous, the production of white blood cells
  • noun A presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television
    have you seen the new production of Hamlet?
  • noun (law) the act of exhibiting in a court of law
    the appellate court demanded the production of all documents
  • noun A display that is exaggerated or unduly complicated
    she tends to make a big production out of nothing
  • noun (economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale
    he introduced more efficient methods of production
  • noun The creation of value or wealth by producing goods and services