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white-label

white-label adj. (of a product or service) generic or un-branded and intended for resale or wholesale. Also as v. Editorial Note: Another kind of white-label is a music recording with a blank label, usually a special or early release. Thanks to Joe Clark for suggesting today’s entry. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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