- PC, a specific type of Mazda C engine
- Tandy Pocket Computer
- President's Choice, a private label product brand
- Production code number, a designation used to identify television episodes
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Famous quotes containing the word products:
“All that is told of the sea has a fabulous sound to an inhabitant of the land, and all its products have a certain fabulous quality, as if they belonged to another planet, from seaweed to a sailors yarn, or a fish story. In this element the animal and vegetable kingdoms meet and are strangely mingled.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The reality is that zero defects in products plus zero pollution plus zero risk on the job is equivalent to maximum growth of government plus zero economic growth plus runaway inflation.”
—Dixie Lee Ray (b. 1924)
“Good wine needs no bush,
And perhaps products that people really want need no
hard-sell or soft-sell TV push.
Look at pot.”
—Ogden Nash (19021971)