Products, or more specifically, products that economists feel satisfies a market need.
A category of personal property defined by Article 9 of the UCC. Sometimes called tangible goods. Further divided into consumer goods, equipment, farm products, and inventory.
Basic things, such as merchandise and personal property
any object of economic circulation, including products, works, services, securities, objects of the intellectual property right; any products for sale
tangible, physical products.
Ready made materials including equipment, consumables, medicines and food supplements.
Commodity items purchased on behalf of the University. (also referred to as Supplies, Items, Materials, Shipments, Package)
Tangible products, merchandise, or wares.
things that are bought and sold
1. (in the economic sense) Material and non-material commodities (e.g. products and services) designed and produced to satisfy needs. 2. (Planning) Products intended for and suitable to be moved along the business chain. 3. (in transport) All or a fraction of the cargo delivered by the shipper, including the equipment provided by the shipper.
Inherently useful and relatively scarce articles or commodities--distinct from services--produced by the manufacturing, mining, construction and agricultural sectors of the economy. Goods are important economically because they may be exchanged for money or other goods and services. See also: Capital Goods, Commodity, Consumer Goods, Money, Price, Production, Services, Utility
Tangible products for sale that can be held or touched.
Means items of Personal Property that were manufactured or produced for sale, acquired with funds provided by the Foundation pursuant to a Contract for Goods and/or Services.
commodities, equipment, wares, and merchandises.75-77
Tangible objects that satisfy economic wants.
articles of commerce
Items of value that are tangible (capable of being seen or touched).
articles of trade; wares; merchandise: canned goods.
A product that has tangible form in contrast to services that are intangible. A book versus a story read.
the articles, components or raw materials to be supplied by the Supplier to British Land pursuant to the Order;
All things that are movable at the time of identification to the contract for sale, but not money and investment securities.
means all property, whether tangible or intangible, provided by a Contractor. The term does not include land, the purchase of an interest in land, water or mineral rights, workers' compensation insurance, or benefit insurance for University employees.
All types of personal property including commodities, materials, supplies, and equipment.
Supplies, materials, equipment, and all other tangible commodities, except real property.
Cargo shipped by sea or air.
A product consisting predominantly of tangible value. Almost all goods, however, have intangible values to a greater or lesser extent.
A term associated with more than one definition: 1) Common term indicating movable property, merchandise, or wares. 2) All materials which are used to satisfy demands. 3) Whole or part of the cargo received from the shipper, including any equipment supplied by the shipper.
Articles, commodities, wares, etc of value. [D02809] Webster
The things you buy â€“ eg, a car, a stereo, carpet. â€˜Consumerâ€(tm) goods are goods usually bought for personal or household use.
Merchandise, supplies, raw materials, and completed products.
Personal property that is governed by Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code and that consists of movable, tangible personal property. The term also includes growing crops and other identified things that are attached to real property but can be removed for purposes of sale.
Things made by people to sell in a market.
Any merchandise, wares and commodities required to complete the project.
Merchandise, supplies, raw materials, commodities and finished product. All things are treated as moveable and indicated as sold to a particular buyer.
Products you can touch or hold in your hand.
All things which are treated as movable for the purposes of a contract of transportation or storage.
By the Marine Insurance Act, 1906, First Schedule, Rule 17, "goods" means goods in the nature of merchandise, and does not include personal effects or provisions and stores for use on board.
" means the goods (including any instalment of the goods or any part of them) which we are to supply in accordance with the Contract; "
Physical items (e.g., chairs, lab supplies).
Things we buy and sell that can be made or grown such as clothes, food and cars.
Physical, tangible products.
an object, a device, or a thing. Page 290
Merchandise; supplies; raw materials; wares; commodities; products. The meaning may vary in various situations but for purposes of a contract for storage or transportation, or with reference to collateral for security, it means all things treated as movable.
Wares or merchandise
Physical things which are bought, sold, leased or otherwise transferred in commerce