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stockless

(ˈstɒklɪs)
adj
1. (Agriculture) lacking livestock
2. (Nautical Terms) (of an anchor) lacking a stock
3. (Commerce) relating to a type of business purchase in which goods remain in the care of the seller until the buyer requires them
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As with other semi-auto, stockless versions of submachine guns, one of the first challenges with the MP40P is deciding how best to fire it accurately, especially since it is long and heavy.
Sellers Publishing, Jennifer Stockless, Licensing & Production Manager, 207-772-6833, jstockless@rsvp.
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In stockless organic farms typical of the region, management of nutrient supply is a challenge, so there is great need for alternative fertility-building strategies (Mazzoncini et at.
With the stabilizing brace in place you sight the weapon with the firing arm rigidly outstretched a la the stockless HK MP-5K, or just shoot from the hip at bad breath ranges using the EOTech laser.
Shingo (1989) stated that just-in-time (JIT) delivery system is a strategy to achieve non-stock or stockless production and, thus, reduce waste.
They used it with the HK MPSK, the stockless version of that ubiquitous smg, and mostly because they were interested in aiming and firing while wearing gas masks.
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With little option but to focus on the supply chain, last week we reported on moves to squeeze increasingly stockless inventories still further.
This new business system required a wide variety of products in small quantities, quick delivery and stockless trading on the Net.