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slap and ship

slap and ship
 v. phr.— «Many initial trials using RFID tags or composite codes have used desk-top printing units and handheld scanners/readers—essentially “slap and ship” as it is known in the industry.» —“Item-Level Tagging, at Production-Line Speed” by Gary Page RFID Update Mar. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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