I want it to be a product that people use on a daily basis.
And, like Barnum, he bestowed his own name onto his product.
These numbers are the product of calculations and adjustments, not simply a raw count.
The truth is, product placement is an important part of the marketing mix.
They were formed over a period of 400 million of years and are a product of extreme weather conditions.
The rebel is the product of extreme fixation and unintelligent immobilities.
We work for what we want with courage, hope, and faith, and we enjoy the product as a right.
The product of mistake or enthusiasm, they were remedied by explanation and kindliness.
The 633critical faculty is a product of education and training.
One other remark is suggested by the reference to process as contradistinguished from product.
early 15c., "mathematical quantity obtained by multiplication," from Medieval Latin productum, in classical Latin "something produced," noun use of neuter past participle of producere "bring forth" (see produce (v.)). General sense of "anything produced" is attested in English from 1570s.
product prod·uct (prŏd'əkt)
n.
Something produced by human or mechanical effort or by a natural process.
A substance resulting from a chemical reaction.
mathematics, programming
An expression in mathematics or computer programming consisting of two other expressions multiplied together. In mathematics, multiplication is usually represented by juxtaposition, e.g. "x y", whereas in programming, "*" is used as an infix operator, e.g. "salary * tax_rate.
In the most common type of product, each operand is a number (integer, real number, fraction or imaginary number) but the term extends naturally to cover more complex operations like multiplying a string by an integer (e.g., in Perl, "foo" x 2) or multiplying vectors and matrices or more than two operands.
In type systems, a tuple is sometimes known as a "product type".
(2006-10-12)