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Variety

One of two or more types of the same line of coin. For example, all the pennies made in one year may include a line of 100 with a double die. A variety may affect the value of the coin.

variety

the number of products sold by a firm as part of its PRODUCT RANGE. A firm may make many different products and many variants of each product in order to appeal to most market segments and maximize its potential sales. However, the providing of variety can be expensive if this is associated with short production runs, high stockholding costs, complex production scheduling and high marketing costs. Consequently, firms may aim to eliminate unnecessary variety in products or components by means of variety-reduction programmes and STANDARDIZATION of components.

variety

the number of products sold by a firm as part of its product range. A firm may make many different products and many variants of each product in order to appeal to most MARKET SEGMENTS and maximize its potential sales. Providing variety can be expensive, however, as short production runs increase unit production costs and the promotion of a large number of brands increases marketing costs. Thus, as part of their PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION policies, firms often need to ‘trade off variety and STANDARDIZATION considerations.
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Variety has changed hands for the second time in its 107-year history.
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M3 (V3-V2) = Maximum quantity of variety C planted under the various farm size, educational status and income level.
This is because the board does not want cross-pollination of this variety with any other, which could weaken the succeeding plants.
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It's possible, of course, that a large display attracted a different sort of customer: people like me who never buy jam but were intrigued by the huge variety. And the 24 samples did in fact attract more tasters.
The resultant new variety, if distinct, would be noninfringing and may qualify for protection in its own right.
Institute Director Hameedullah says so far the country basically has had two main exportable varieties with good size, colour and shelf life Sindhri, an early maturing variety, and Sufaid Chaunsa, which is late maturing.
An important question for researchers is whether manufacturers and retailers should make up variety bundles to promote product sales.
As a common observation, the chewing insect pests died on eating the vegetative parts of Bt cotton variety but entered to the next stage of life in non-Bt cotton crops.