deadstock


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deadstock

(ˈdɛdˌstɒk)
n
(Commerce) the merchandise or commodities of a shop, etc, that is unsold and generating no income
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deadstock

[ˌdedˈstɒk] Naperos mpl
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is a one-day event where thousands of collectors and traders will gather in the city to browse, sell, buy and swap thousands of rare, vintage, box-fresh and deadstock trainers.
The province has also provided the following support: Non-permit harvested hay from the Qu'Appelle Coulee Ecological Reserve is being donated to help ranchers feed their livestock (Ministry of Environment); Grants of up to $10,000 per the five affected RMs to support the disposal and burial of deadstock (Ministry of Agriculture);
Coffee and collectible sneakers share the focus at Deadstock Coffee.
There is only one kind of shoe available: deadstock sneakers.
Bids will be invited for the flock's 1,200 Welsh Mountain ewes and lambs, plus deadstock, at an on-farm sale at Cernioge Mawr, Pentrefoelas, on Saturday, September 17.
They were going out, trying to find all the deadstock Levi's, Lees, and Wranglers--anything in original condition.
The guy in the shirt is wearing a Los Angeles Raiders hat, which is one of the holy grails of deadstock snap-back culture.
It attributes this to the fact that orders are more accurate, there is less deadstock inventory taking up shelf space, and out-of-stocks are avoided.
The best way to repel coyotes is to make sure we have our garbage containers tightly sealed, that farming deadstock and offal is not allowed to remain on-site, pet food is not left outside accessible to wild animals, and that soft-hearted misguided human beings do not feed the coyotes.