01. You should always read the [label] carefully before taking any medication.
02. In my opinion, any food that has been genetically modified should be [labelled] as such for the protection of the consumer.
03. According to the information on the [label], you should take this medication just before meal time.
04. We bought a souvenir of our trip to Scotland, but then discovered on the [label] that it was made in China.
05. People who protest against capitalism are often [labelled] as communists by the right-wing press.
06. The pop band had a big argument with their record [label], and are now trying to get a new contract with a different company.
07. My little boy took the [labels] off of all our canned food, so I never know what I'm opening these days.
08. Eric Hodgkins once said that a miracle drug is any drug that will do what the [label] says it will do.
09. 97 percent of caffeine must be removed from coffee for it to be [labelled] "decaffeinated."
10. A recent study revealed that almost 90 percent of Americans [label] themselves as shy.
11. Abdurrahman Mohamed Shalgem once said that it is unacceptable to [label] as terrorism the struggle of peoples to protect themselves or to attain their independence.
12. The island of Malta is sometimes [labelled] as the cradle of the Mediterranean Sea.
13. In August of 1968, the Beatles launched their new record [label], Apple.
14. Psychologists [label] behavior as abnormal if it violates accepted standards of society.
15. All products sold in Canada are [labeled] in both English and French.
16. [Labelling] children as slow learners is very bad for their self-esteem.
17. Grandma spent the day filling and [labeling] all her jars of homemade jam.
18. Waste products are routinely [labelled] as agricultural, industrial or municipal.
19. The company changed the [labeling] on their jars of peanut butter to make it more appealing to children.

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  • label — ► NOUN 1) a small piece of paper, fabric, etc. attached to an object and giving information about it. 2) the name or trademark of a fashion company. 3) a company that produces recorded music. 4) a classifying name applied to a person or thing. 5) …   English terms dictionary

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