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INVInstituto Nacional de Vitivinicultura (Argentina)
INVNational Institute of Viticulture (wine production; Argentina)
INVInverness, Scotland, United Kingdom - Inverness (Airport Code)
INVIncentive Value of the Job
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"This is an exact inventory of what we found about the body of the man-mountain, who used us with great civility, and due respect to your majesty's commission.
When this inventory was read over to the emperor, he directed me, although in very gentle terms, to deliver up the several particulars.
The valet bowed and retired, and Albert returned to his inventory. As he was finishing this work, the sound of horses prancing in the yard, and the wheels of a carriage shaking his window, attracted his attention.
"Why can you not put off having the inventory made?
Bucket with a wax-light in his hand, holding it above his head and taking a sharp mental inventory of the many delicate objects so curiously at variance with himself, would be to see a sight--which nobody DOES see, as he is particular to lock himself in.
An inventory of linen, in coarse and modern characters, seemed all that was before her!
In its monthly inventory report, the PSA said the country's total rice stockpile as of August 1 declined by 25.01 percent, from the previous year's level of 2.028 MMT.
When completing an inventory service for residential and commercial clients, the inventory professional is often asked if they know the value of items, or if they can refer an appraiser.
The retailer realized that brick-and-mortar stores could be their greatest asset for single unit orders, essentially functioning as robust and flexible "warehouses" to utilize the full assortment of owned inventory. With item-level RFID, Macy's can focus on product assortment and service while using existing inventory to address fulfillment demands.
An April 2015 follow-up GAO study on military inventory practices found that the Army, Air Force, and Navy still had expensive inventory management issues.
Complex production processes, varied accounting methods and the sheer volume of items make it difficult to measure inventory accurately.