A supplementary building product, such as a door, window, skylight, ventilator, louver, etc.
Any of the characters, animals, non-lit structures, etc. that are sold to supplement and complete any one of the collections. Department 56 introduces more General Village Accessories annually than any of the individual village pieces and they are discontinued rather than retired. General Village Accessories are designed to accompany any village. They include items such as animals, bridges and roads, fences and walls, lighting, mountains, trees, snow, and backdrops.
An accessory is a supplementary component of a product. There are two kinds of accessories: "Required Accessories" and "Optional Accessories". Required accessories are necessary for the primary product to function. E.g., "Batteries for a toy". Optional accessories can be added to enhance the product, but are not essential. E.g., "An ancillary pump".
a supplementary component that improves capability
accedere, to approach). Supplementary or affording aid to another similar and generally more important vessel. Important exceptions are accessory hepatic, renal, and splenic arteries, which are essential, tissue-sustaining, and arteries without anastomic connections.
A decoration or piece of clothing that adds emphasis to an outfit. A supplementary device such as a make up accessory.
adjective, Latin accessum = added, hence, supplementary.
A building product that supplements the building structure and coverings such as door, window, skylight ventilator, etc.
A building product which supplements a building such as a door, skylight, ventilator, etc.
Products for buildings that add to a fundamental solid panel building like a window, door, roof vent, etc.
An extra building component added to a basic building such as a door, window, vent, etc.
Device that supplements the usefulness of a system or machine. Natural feature, such as a rock formation, used as a reference point in surveying.