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The "manufacturer" may not necessarily be the organization that makes, builds, or
assembles the product. The manufacturer may also be the organization that
designs the
product. The manufacturer may be the organization that sells the product on the
open
market. The manufacturer may be the company who maintains or services the
product. The
manufacturer may be the company who wishes they thought of that product first.
The
manufacturer may also be a company who is thinking about making that product,
but hasn't
really gathered the money to actually build one. The manufacturer might also be
someone
who bought the product and then went and broke the product and then fixed it
themselves,
leading to the term "re-manufactured". The manufacturer could be a company who
ordered
the product and had it in their mailroom before sending it to another
destination,
especially if the company re-packaged the product or used a different mail
carrier than
the first manufacturer. In short, he's a manufacturer, she's a manufacturer,
we're a
manufacturer, they're a manufacturer, wouldn't you like to be a manufacturer,
too?
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