from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of placing goods in a warehouse.
- noun The business of receiving goods for storage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of placing goods in a warehouse, or in a customhouse store.
- noun an arrangement for lodging imported articles in the customhouse stores, without payment of duties until they are taken out for home consumption. If reëxported, they are not charged with a duty. See Bonded warehouse, under
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun the act of placing goods in a warehouse
- verb Present participle of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun depositing in a warehouse
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Using the term warehousing, then, is not meant to name the final stage of repression but, rather, to highlight it so as to better eliminate it.
The term warehousing, then, is meant as a warning.
For both audio and e-books, I agree with others who suggest publishers 'distribution and warehousing is minimal for intangible products.
Despite the economic downturn, the Inland Empire is still in the midst of a long-term warehousing boom.
The EU should clarify how it intends to protect individuals recognised as in need of protection in order to avoid massive long-term warehousing of refugees.
And while I understand that publisher overhead still exists with digital versions, until I see proof that printing, shipping and warehousing is a small part of that overhead, their arguments don’t hold water. as long as corporations are most concerned with improving profits every 3 months for their quarterly dividends, you will never see significant change in their business models.
The so-called warehousing involved as much as €100m being moved to Irish Nationwide Building Society and is already the subject of a Garda investigation in
Seven per cent of provincial GDP comes from transportation and warehousing, which is more than in any other province.
So the notion of warehousing cash for acquisitions isn't in our lexicon.
Trade group, the National Association of Broadcasters, wrote a letter on Monday to Senate and House leading commerce committee members pointing to a report that Time Warner Cable was "warehousing" spectrum, or sitting on airwaves, that could be used for consumers.