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MERCHANDISE. By this term is understood all those things which merchants sell either wholesale or retail, as dry goods, hardware, groceries, drugs, &c. It is usually applied to personal chattels only, and to those which are not required for food or immediate support, but such as remain after having been used or which are used only by a slow consumption. Vide Pardess. n. 8; Dig. 13, 3, 1; Id. 19, 4, 1; Id. 50, 16, 66. 8 Pet. 277; 2 Story, R. 16, 53, 54; 6 Wend. 335.

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Spot merchandisers with natural wood stain exteriors have been rolled out by Arctic Star of Texas.
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"Mobile merchandisers will work in high-traffic areas or "hot spots' to maximize sales opportunities," Minor observes.
THE PAY Assistant merchandisers can expect a starting salary of between PS12,000 and PS18,000 dependant on experience.
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With the proliferation of mass merchandisers, mail order and Internet shopping opportunities, what's an independent retailer to do?
The new single-deck merchandiser places self-service frozen food in front of a service case, allowing for related frozen and fresh products to be displayed together.
Goat cheese popular new kid on the block," Natural Foods Merchandiser, May 2000.
The cross-shopping patterns for speciality store customers [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED] are fairly similar to that of the department store format with the exception that speciality stores attract a somewhat lower percentage of mass merchandiser, discount, outlet, off-price, and catalogue customers than does the department store.
Using productivity standards as performance evaluation measurements is especially important given the nature of the merchandiser's work.
Speaking to Gulf Times, a merchandiser said many residents have been buying such items since last month in anticipation of the camping season and beach activities.
Her tip for the holidays: Place a 2- or 3-foot mobile merchandiser near the frozen turkey display case and highlight produce, fresh herbs and seasonings to complement the bird; adding recipe cards and signage can get shoppers to try something new.