Stock size

Stock size

Material or product available in a variety of sizes readily available for purchase, and not specially ordered.

stock size

A size which is normally available from warehouse supplies.
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The woman, who does not want to be named, said: "I was looking at the clothes when the owner came up to me and said 'We only stock up to a size 14, we don't stock size 16 and 18'.
The VanitEase(TM) line of bathroom vanities is unique within the Residential and Commercial Construction industry in that it is not limited to sizes that only fit Standard or Stock Size cabinets.
Please let me know if this is possible and what the cost would be for and 8x10, 11x14 or stock size you may have.
Harvest has been prohibited for over two and a half years and extending the recom-closure for one or two more years may not result in any great increase in stock size, because the juveniles that were most affected by the cold kill are already protected by the slot limit as well as the largest, most reproductively important individuals in the population.
Environmental conditions play a large role in recruitment regardless of parent stock size, and unfavorable conditions put the stock at higher risk of failure.
Ward (1994) extended this linear programming model into a long-run, static, Gordon-Schaeffer model with stock size constraints that included downstream effects on bycatch species-dependent commercial and recreational fisheries.
However, stock size the previous year had a larger effect on predictions than any environmental variable, indicating that larval Pacific mackerel did not fully occupy the suitable habitat during most years.
The seminar aims at developing the fish industries to contribute to increasing the added value for the country, as well as, increasing the stock size and the quality of fish that can be a component in fish processing industry.
o Since 1978, there has been an overall decline of 80 percent in the average stock size for all commercial species in the country.
Factory shotguns and rifles roll off die line wearing a stock die dimensions of which are a collection of compromises--a stock size and shape that will fit most people, most of the rime, and perform adequately more often than not.