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  • n. The quality or state of being seasonable
  • n. Common misspelling of seasonality.


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From seasonable


  • A problem still to be overcome is seasonability of crops, which means that quite often an alternative energy source must be found to keep a plant operating all-year round.

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  • "Demand for NAND flash was stronger than our expectation of normal seasonability in response to strong market demands for smartphone and tablet" devices in the first quarter, Kim told analysts.

    The Seattle Times

  • "I've always known that seasonability is more important than anything else," said Harry Balzer, vice president of the NPD Group, a consumer marketing research company, who has been watching the way people eat for 30 years.

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  • In this model, the problem can often appear due to the heavy seasonability in the demand for baby-sitters: in the winter, no couple wants to party and requires no baby-sitting so they will try to build up a scrip reserve for the summer when they will want to leave the house.

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  • If you look at our top line this year it's basically been 1.2, 1.2, 1.2, the typical volatility that we would see are seasonability I think its slowly going away. Home Page


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