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  • The handles were often of perishable material and there are few surviving examples.
  • First, the historic building was climate controlled for the storage or display of perishable art, and lacked storage space.
  • Little survives of the vernacular architecture of the medieval period due to the use of perishable materials.
  • He had a cargo of perishable groceries at the station, and the freight hands would not let them be delivered. Cited from The Bread-winners, by John Hay
  • Technological progress had made it possible to advance retail scales to instruments for the management of perishable goods.
  • Refrigeration also allowed for production of perishable commodities, which could then be shipped throughout the United States.
  • For the collection and delivery of all sorts of perishable goods also the same system is obviously altogether superior to the existing methods. Cited from Anticipations, by Herbert George Wells
  • Made of perishable materials, few ancient slings have survived.
  • Revenue Management to this point had been utilized in the pricing of perishable products.
  • As for the old one, would that some good fairy, possessed of the pigment and secret of perishable youth, might come down and paint his nose green! Cited from From a Bench in Our Square, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • What cared she for the packing of perishable wares and providing for bodily needs, when affairs which occupied her whole soul were under discussion! Cited from Joshua, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • Even today, businesses critical to national wholesale distribution of perishable foods are located in and near Toughkenamon.
  • They did not realize that great poetry cannot be founded on a basis of perishable doubts and perishable gospels. Cited from The Art of Letters, by Robert Lynd
  • At any given time, the warehouse holds about 12 million pounds of perishable and non-perishable items.
  • True, it cannot be denied that the gods have burdened or endowed me with a greater number of perishable gifts than you and many others. Cited from Cleopatra, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • Since the commoners did not have the power and prestige that the elites had, their houses were usually made out of perishable goods.
  • His innovations in refrigeration brought great improvement to the long-haul transportation of perishable goods.
  • However, such buildings were of perishable materials such as timber and fired bricks and have not survived the ravages of time.
  • Made of perishable materials, none of these girdles have survived, although many stone "yoke" have been uncovered.
  • Railroads were built relatively early, easing the collection and transportation of perishable sugar cane.
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