other perishable

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  • Perhaps the earlier temple was one of wood and other perishable materials.
  • Other perishable forms of art have not survived at all.
  • Water flows on the bottom floor where fresh fruit, meats and other perishable good would be kept very hold.
  • Other perishable items, such as meat, can vary in quality, as well.
  • Getting fish to market or delivering other perishable goods swiftly could make or break a venture.
  • There is evidence that this type of art was recorded on wood and other perishable media, but they have eroded with time.
  • They were greatly improved by new techniques in preserving food and other perishables, and in transport by railroad.
  • A convenience store retailer takes delivery every day of bread, milk and other perishable items.
  • The terminal features an on-dock state-of-the-art square foot cold storage facility warehousing a variety of fresh produce and other perishables.
  • The company has specialized in shipping flowers, meat, and a variety of other perishable and non-perishable items.
  • In addition, time sensitive goods such as food, drink, and other perishable items could spoil and go to waste if held as safety stock for too long.
  • Among other things, this interrupted scheduled deliveries of food and other perishables, leading to shortages in restaurants.
  • Eggs and all other perishable products, for the same reason, vary much in price, and are at times high-priced and hardly attainable. Cited from Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands, Charles Nordhoff
  • Foodstuffs and other perishable items will spoil over time.
  • These Colonial Revival gardens grew the household's vegetables, fruit and other perishable items for consumption.
  • Its central characters are Nick & Paul Benay, who transport fruit and other perishable goods between Northern and Southern California.
  • The occupation of ice delivery lives on through Amish communities, where ice is commonly delivered by truck and used to cool food and other perishables.
  • Their buildings were probably built of wood, palm fronds and other perishable materials, which would have quickly decayed in the salt and wind of the tropical climate.
  • However, early temples were built of brick and other perishable materials, and most of the outlying buildings in temple enclosures remained brick-built throughout Egyptian history.
  • Trading vegetables, meat, fish and other perishables with visiting ships ceased in the 1870s when the whaling industry collapsed.
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