Wares

(redirected from ware)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Wares

An informal word for goods for sale.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
They are also the authors of A Pocket Guide to Carlton Ware and the Carlton Ware Catalogue and Price Guide, both of which are invaluable reference guides for new collectors.
Because Grey ware pre-dates Mediterranean contact, this can be interpreted as demonstrating an indigenous common origin for all these wares.
Immediate reaction from industry analysts suggested that retaining Ware would boost the embattled company, which is embroiled in controversy both abroad and domestically.
Ware and Barr are keeping a close watch on energy development issues - as well as the competitive threat represent ed by companies looking to siphon off market share.
Don't worry about me, I'm good, I'll have my surgery tonight," Ware said, according to Behanan.
Some of the earlier ranges included Victorian Blush ware, crested ware and matt black ware with floral decoration.
The company's turnover is about 20%, which is low for many industries but high for Ware, who has only nine employees.
An industry leader in the design of commercial and corporate real estate, Ware Malcomb has consistently achieved significant growth over the past five years, increasing annual revenue over 170% from 2010 to 2015.
Due to the presence of large number of production plants of both domestic as well as international companies, China has emerged as the largest manufacturer of sanitary ware products in the world.
Experts do not believe the injury will be career-ending for Ware, but it will be a long recovery for the Louisville Cardinals sophomore.
For players like Ware and Rapoport, that means potentially dealing with raised eyebrows if they hit a ball particularly far or if the work they put in the weight room produces the desired results.
4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brazil is emerging as a large sanitary ware market on account of growing real estate projects, rising disposable income and increasing urbanization.