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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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and an overall length of just over 2 feet, this handy stockless repeater might be the slickest little special-purpose .410 since the late, lamented Snake Charmer.
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Companies reacted low profit rates caused by shrinking market demand by technological innovation (computerization), reorganization of production and marketing techniques (stockless production etc.), and changing their financial structures.
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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.