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This is because of the glut in pepper outputs for sale and the desire of the farmers to dispose of their produce at the same time in order to avoid loss due to perishability or loss in transit.
1997), differences in perishability, satiability, and metabolic function (see Charlton and Fantino 2008; Takahashi etal.
However, because of its low value-bulk ratio and perishability, there are no virtually recorded exports or imports of plantains.
Firstly, according to Street (1994) the airline industry is a service industry which fulfills the main criteria of heterogeneity, intangibility and perishability, thus there seems to be a high degree of interaction between the service providers and the customers.
The insufficiency of such things is revealed to us by such features as their contingency and perishability (everything could not be like this) and by "the different measures and degrees in which existence finds actual expression" in them.
A sense of real-time perishability linksed these otherwise distinctive lexicons, a perishability that widely evoked marine debris, breached organs, leakage, contamination and combustion.
Asset specificity, product perishability and market volatility cause uncertainty and pose hazards to the investment of dairy farmers.
Between their perishability and slightly mysterious identity it is easy to understand how they could be overlooked or rejected in favor of other cuts of meat.
According to Keane (and perhaps Charles Peirce, much earlier), "[s]emiotic form can include such things as the sounds of words, the constraints of speech genres, the perishability of books, the replicable shapes of money, the replicable shapes of money, the meatiness of animals, the feel of cloth, the shape of houses, musical tones, the fleshiness of human bodies and the habits of physical gestures" (Keane, Christian Moderns, pp.
However, due to their high perishability, these peaches lose their quality during postharvest by decay, high dehydration, quick loss of pulp firmness, and physiological damages.
Contemporary and historic media are mixed and combined in this instillation evoking reflection on past and present, on the laws of mankind in comparison to the never changing landscape, reminding us of the human smallness and perishability.
50) This is a result, in large part, of both the significantly broader uses for wood, and the higher perishability of historically regulated items.