for perishable

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  • He had no love for perishable things and his sole concern was self-realization.
  • Gradually, many moved from farm labor into production through truck farming and usually filled the niche market for perishable crops.
  • These smaller mounds probably served as platform bases for perishable structures.
  • In particular this was true for perishable goods or those too bulky to store and transport such as fodder.
  • The board would also preserve produce for times of need, and would set up processing companies for perishable produce such as tomatoes and other vegetables.
  • Further, cold storage facility is also being established for perishable cargo which is expected to dominate the export from this region.
  • The springhouse was also used as a source of drinking water and as cold storage for perishable foods.
  • Air freight is commonly used only for perishables and premium express shipments.
  • Food regulations for perishable goods prohibit it being sent abroad.
  • The closing of the crossing created added transportation inconveniences and costs for residents north of the river, especially for perishable items such as food.
  • This is particularly useful in markets for perishable goods, such as groceries.
  • U vans were used primarily for perishable traffic, as the louvres along the sides and ends provided ventilation while the train was moving.
  • This be no weather for perishable goods t' be lyin' 'round th' office. Cited from Mike Flannery On Duty and Off, by Ellis Parker Butler
  • Is this 'the manner' after which Christians pray for perishable good? Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Luke, by Maclaren
  • For perishable commodities, price differences between near and far delivery are not a contango.
  • The market was further extended in 1923 and in the late 1920s refrigeration became available for perishable goods.
  • Through this work, Adovasio developed expertise in and passion for perishable artifacts that has persisted throughout his career.
  • With stagnant local towns the markets for perishable products declined. Cited from The Masques of Ottawa, by Domino [AKA: Augustus Bridle]
  • Cardiff's specialised facilities include a distribution terminal and chill and cold storage for perishables.
  • Excavations also revealed ephemeral stone alignments that may have been brace foundations for perishable market stall walls.
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