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  • noun Plural form of consumable.


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  • I take back my statement that they all likely have a much higher net worth; depreciation and money sunk in consumables could leave them all with negative net worth.

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  • Last year, the business, called consumables solutions, had revenue of $524 million.

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  • Full coverage plans exclude the categories of routine maintenance, cosmetics, and so-called consumables, such as brake pads.

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  • "And only about a quarter are taking the time to map and understand the totality of their marketing supply chain specific to consumables, which is quite frankly one of the easiest places to start."

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  • Perhaps it's the old razor and blade analogy – these companies practically give away the hardware because they know you must buy ink and other "consumables"over the years, which they'll make money on.

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  • The merger has produced a steadily profitable and briskly growing mix of sales of equipment and "consumables," such as lab slides and chemical solutions.

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  • So-called "consumables" are typically where the printing industry makes most of its money.

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  • Digital imaging supplies, also called "consumables," include ink, toner and cut paper for copiers, printers and digital presses.

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  • The NAO report states that England's 165 NHS hospital trusts spend about £4.6bn a year - a tenth of their total expenditure - on "consumables", such as surgical dressings, drinks, staff uniforms, pacemakers and replacement hip joints. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Perry's state-paid expenses at the home include $18,000 for "consumables" such as household supplies and cleaning products, $1,001.46 in window coverings from upscale retailer Neiman Marcus, a $1,000 "emergency repair" of the governor's filtered ice machine, a

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