vendible


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Synonyms for vendible

fit to be offered for sale

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"El regimen de oficios vendibles y renunciables como garantia para el desempeno de los oficios publicos al final del periodo colonial.
Space limitations prevent a full engagement with the theoretical disputes one could take up here, but suffice to say that in consigning productive labour to the production of material vendible commodities only, Jennings and Donoghue obscure more than clarify how constructive labour could, too, form part of productive labour in the Marxian sense.
176); for the 1664, 1673 and 1692 copies of Don Bellianis, see Shelton (1692, 27), Millington (1687, 56), Kidner (1677, 17) and A Catalogue of Vendible Books (1689, fol.
El GR 3/4-Senepol resulto con un 4,58% mas en cortes valiosos y 6,54% mas en el total de cortes vendibles que el GR 7/8-Senepol, quienes mostraron el porcentaje de cortes valiosos (45,73%) y el total de cortes vendible (66,61%) mas bajos.
Estudios que se han realizado en la especie ovina sobre la relacion de la conformacion con la cantidad de musculo de la canal parecen indicar que canales bien conformadas tienen menos carne vendible que las peores conformadas, como se deduce de los datos aportados en 1987 por la Meat and Livestock Commission (24).
While marketability is apparently London's motive for inclusion of the most vendible literary genres, Moseley's interest in literature is "clearly driven by concerns beyond market logic" (Kastan, "Humphrey Moseley" 115).