verb (used with object), la·beled, la·bel·ing or (especially British) la·belled, la·bel·ling.
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Even his nametag played up his dweeby nature, labeling him “Mr. Gruber, PhD.”
Actually for Conte, who has a passionate aversion to labeling, that may be a bit too much categorization for his liking.Viral Video Pioneers: How Pomplamoose is Turning YouTube Stardom Into a Sustainable Profession|Oliver Jones|October 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The idea behind the labeling of GMOs is simple, logical, and appealingly democratic.
In Europe, where fear of GMOs is much more widespread than in the United States, labeling is a common practice.
The media, forever starved for lazy shorthand, have gone along with the labeling too.
In addition Marie, skilful too of touch, was put in the labeling department.The Story of Silk|Sara Ware Bassett
Why have we such a rage for labeling and cataloguing the beautiful things of Nature?Little Brothers of the Air|Olive Thorne Miller
Sample book covers, labeling, tissue paper novelties and decorations (seasonal and year round work, good wages).The Making of a Trade School|Mary Schenck Woolman
Westby had completed his geometrical figures and was now engaged in labeling them with letters.The Jester of St. Timothy's|Arthur Stanwood Pier
A room with special molding machinery is required and tables for wrapping, labeling and boxing the product are necessary.The Book of Cheese|Charles Thom and Walter Warner Fisk