merchandise: commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
WARE (1250 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies format. Licensed to Ware, Massachusetts, USA, the station serves the Springfield market. The station is currently owned by Success Signal Broadcasting.
The Ware were a Bantu ethnic/ linguistic group in Tanzania. They are believed to have become extinct. Around 1900, they were still living on an island in the Eastern part of Lake Victoria. According to Maho & Sands (2002), their language has died out as mentioned by Sommer (1992: 397). ...
Ware is a town in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 9,707 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area.
(Wares) A commodity is a good for which there is demand, but which is supplied without qualitative differentiation across a market. Commodities are often substances that come out of the earth and maintain roughly a universal price. ...
A product that is bought or sold; a commodity; To beware of something; aware
(wares) Items that are for sale
(Wares) Dishes, pots and pans. All the utensils necessary to prepare and eat a meal.
(Wares) Manufactured good of a certain type.
Stress crack. A type of flaw, usually accompanied by a Fukure, forming a long crack along the blade. Can be considered FATAL and render the blade worthless.
Types of ceramics; may refer to function, appearance/style, or fabric (as in cooking ware, ribbed ware, coarse ware).
the largest and most general classification into which pottery can be grouped. Wares are usually defined on the basis of such attributes as surface finish (eg. smooth, corded, etc.), composition of the paste (e.g. shell-tempered, grit tempered, etc.) and vessel form (globular, conoidal etc.). ...
is an article of merchandise, a product (usually used in the plural): The potter displayed her wares on a beautiful stand made by her husband.
Ware potatoes, sometimes referred to as main crop potatoes, are harvested between August and November, and are available throughout the period August to June because they are stored under controlled temperature after October.
This describes the combination of clay and tempering elements which is then formed into a vessel and fired (aka:fabric, paste).
(war) Beware! Alert used with hound, wire, hole, low-bridge, bees, deer, hare, riot, etc.
[also Waar, Wair or Wear]: a type of seaweed (esp. of the Fucas and Laminaria variety) washed ashore in the Hebridean Islands and collected by the islanders for use as a manure. [see also: Barilla]
an object made by hand by an artisan, usually referring to a potter or glass blower; thus the terms ‘stoneware,’ ‘earthenware,’ ‘delftware,’ ‘stemware’ or ‘glassware,’ ‘redware’ or ‘buffware’ (refers to color of the clay of the vessel), etc.
A group of pottery types whose members share technological attributes. (PA)
All the products manufactured by a firm for use on a table for purposes related to eating and drinking.
A grouping of jars that share attributes of the constituents of the manufacturing and decorative process. ...
A defect or damage (whether serious or not) to nihonto (Japanese sword blade).