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merchandise

n. any contraband. (Underworld.) How much of the merchandise can you deliver by midnight?
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4 billion of export receipts, accounting for 25% of NZ's total merchandisable trade.
As Anne DuCille has highlighted, Barbie is a gendered and racialized icon of contemporary commodity culture, engulfing cultural difference as a merchandisable commodity, framing Nigerian, Chinese, Indian or Eskimo female bodies in the mold of the prototypical Caucasian doll as "dye-dipped versions of the archetypal white American beauty" myth (553).
Our top-selling Cosmopolitan and Apple Martini flavors and new Peppermintini are now available as easily merchandisable Mixer & Rirnmer Gift Sets.
I believe that it is possible to narrate only in poetic form and therefore in a way that is the least merchandisable and communicative possible" (Consolo 2001b, 11-12).
They are a highly merchandisable item and a great spur-of-the-moment purchase.
Vampires are always merchandisable, and, face it, Bram Stoker's good old Vlad Dracula is the signature brand name.
Stand-up pouches with the zip lock top, however, are not as easily merchandisable as the cathedral or gable topped, square bottomed bag with a tin tie.
Wash and repair the merchandisable units that Tesco stores use as display vehicles.