merchandise


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merchandise

commercial goods; commodities
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The court found that the taxpayer was a seller of merchandise and required to use the accrual method.
He joined Best Buy as a software merchandise buyer in 1986 and was named Merchandise Manager for software lines a year later.
Hired as a part-time salesperson for two weeks during the 1974 Christmas season at a Jeans West store in the San Francisco area, Tucker rang up $1,000 worth of merchandise for just one customer.
ShopKo's end-to-end merchandise planning process has improved because of SAS' combination of more effective planning tools and the use of standards across all merchandise categories.
Therefore, the patients' inability to direct the use of the "goods" they were purchasing resulted in the materials not being classified as merchandise, because a customer could not reasonably be viewed as a consumer or purchaser of drugs under those circumstances.
All merchandise must receive the Vatican's blessing before it is manufactured and sold, Colapinto said.
Douglas joined Bradlees in 1986 as vice president, general merchandise manager, Hardlines and was named vice president, general merchandise, Hardlines for Bradlees, Inc.
Retailers can effectively merchandise and sell music and movies to consumers with MOD Systems' content catalogues.
Jim Silver, editor of the Toy Book newsletter, said some ``Austin Powers'' merchandise may click with an older audience.
Customs Ruling 544436 determined that while these types of royalty payments may not be subject to duty as royalty payments, they may be subject as "proceeds of the subsequent resale, disposal or use" of the imported merchandise that are dutiable under the GATT customs valuation code.
Bill Cress, Group Vice President of Advertising/Marketing of Service Merchandise, added, "Our partnership will Bill Cosby and the CART racing team of Willy T.
Since 1998, The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), the oldest and largest collegiate licensing agency in the nation, has patrolled the marketplace surrounding BCS venues in search of counterfeiters selling "knock-off" merchandise.