from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To furnish new stock for; stock again.
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- v. To stock again; to resupply with stocks
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To stock again; specifically, in ichthyology, to furnish, by artificial means, with a species which is becoming exhausted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. stock again
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Which means if you take something back and want your money back, they charge you 15% of the total price to "restock" the goods.
Next up was Counterpunch, and while there was discussion about the Twincast member in the show, we're talking about the exclusive Punch/Counterpunch toy, and it's upcoming 'restock' by the Transformers Collectors 'Club.
The auto maker began restoring some sales incentives in May after it became clear that it would be able to restock dealer lots faster than anticipated.
The disaster caused a bottleneck in products reaching the market, and that could help manufacturers in the months ahead as distributors and retailers restock inventories that had run down, Mr. Fujii said.
For example, they are calculating what would happen if a swine-flu pandemic wiped out most of their employees, contemplating questions regarding how the bank continues to operate and even who would restock cash machines.
Just make sure you remember to restock as needed at the end of each trip, lest you end up in Brisbane with a dried-up deodorant stick.
Vintages with which he had grown tired were no longer poured out or flung into the fireplace, but were instead used to restock my supply.
Mr. Marchionne convinced the U.S. government to give him control of Chrysler in 2009 in part by promising to restock the Auburn Hills, Mich., auto maker's line up with fuel-efficient Fiat cars, saving Chrysler billions of dollars in development costs.
UPS said it expects U.S. package volume to climb 1% to 2% in the fourth quarter, a forecast that doesn't include the potential for what it said could be a late surge in shipments if retailers make a last-minute push to restock depleted inventories because of better consumer demand.
Those factors potentially could fuel a "capacity squeeze" in air freight late in the quarter, Mr. Kuehn said, because U.S. retailers have been keeping inventories extremely low and might opt to restock just before the holidays.