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有形でない或いは物質的でないが売買が出きる資産 - 日本語WordNet
The use of such an electrowinning system permits the use of low ferrous iron concentrations in an electrolyte and optimized electrolyte flow as compared to prior-art systems while producing high quality, commercially saleable products.例文帳に追加
このシステムは、先行技術のシステムに比べて、高品質の商業的に販売可能な生成物を生成しつつ、電解質中における低い第一鉄の鉄の濃度および最適化された電解質の流量の使用を許容する。 - 特許庁
An article time limit file, in which a saleable period of article specified by a corresponding article code is set in advance, is respectively provided to be made correspond to each article code for identifying the types of various limited-life articles.例文帳に追加
各種期限付商品の種類を識別する各商品コードにそれぞれ対応して、当該商品コードで特定される商品の販売可能期間が予め設定された商品期限ファイルを設ける。 - 特許庁
Both products and non-products are treated as ‘products’ in the calculation, and the costs are measured separately. The saleable products are called as ‘final products’ and wastes (emissions) are called as ‘negative products’ or ‘non-product output’. The method of cost calculation is shown in Figure 5.発音を聞く例文帳に追加
その区分ごとに、全てを製品の製造として定義づけ、良品を正の製品、排出物（廃棄物）を負の製品として、図５のようにそれぞれを同等に原価計算する。 - 経済産業省
- Suitable for sale; marketable; worth enough to try to sell.
- 1598, [Edward Guilpin], “Satyra Secunda”, in Skialetheia. Or, A Shadowe of Truth in Certaine Epigrams and Satyrs, London: Printed by I[ames] R[oberts] for Nicholas Ling, and are to bee solde at the little west doore of Poules, OCLC 932884775; republished as J[ohn] P[ayne] C[ollier], editor, Skialetheia. Or, A Shadowe of Truth in Certaine Epigrams and Satyrs (Miscellaneous Tracts. Temp. Eliz. & Jac. I.; [nos. 4, 10, 14]), [London: s.n., 1870], OCLC 972853364, page 34:
- 1606, Edward Forsett, A Comparative Discovrse of the Bodies Natvral and Politiqve. Wherein out of the Principles of Nature, is Set Forth the True Forme of a Commonweale, with the Dutie of Subjects, and the Right of the Soueraigne: Together with Many Good Points of Politicall Learning, Mentioned in a Briefe after the Preface, London: Printed for Iohn Bill, OCLC 868004593, page 98:
- 1892 June, Karl Menger [i.e., Carl Menger]; Caroline A. Foley, transl., “On the Origin of Money”, in F[rancis] Y[sidro] Edgeworth, editor, The Economic Journal: The Journal of the British Economic Association, volume II, number 6, London; New York, N.Y.: Macmillan and Co., ISSN 1468-0297, OCLC 969750395, section VI (On the Genesis of Media of Exchange), page 248:
- With the extension of traffic in space and with the expansion over ever longer intervals of time of prevision for satisfying material needs, each individual would learn, from his own economic interests, to take good heed that he bartered his less saleable goods for those special commodities which displayed, beside the attraction of being highly saleable in the particular locality, a wide range of saleableness both in time and place.
- 1984, C. W. Clark, “Strategies for Multispecies Management: Objectives and Constraints”, in R[obert] M. May, editor, Exploitation of Marine Communities: Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Exploitation of Marine Communities, Berlin 1984, April 1–6 (Dahlem Workshop Report; Life Sciences Research Report; 32), Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, OCLC 567894199, page 306:
- 2015, Mark Ribowsky, “Look What’s Going On Inside You”, in Whiskey Bottles and Brand-New Cars: The Fast Life and Sudden Death of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chicago, Ill.: Chicago Review Press, →ISBN, page 195:
- 2017 May 13, Barney Ronay, “Antonio Conte’s brilliance has turned Chelsea’s pop-up team into champions”, in The Guardian, London, archived from the original on 9 September 2017:
- Something that can be sold.
- 1754, J. R. [pseudonym; Patrick Delany], chapter XI, in Observations upon Lord Orrery’s Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift. Containing Several Singular Anecdotes Relating to the Character and Conduct of that Great Genius, and the Most Deservedly Celebrated Stella. In a Series of Letters to His Lordship. Two which are Added, Two Original Pieces of the Same Author (Excellent in Their Kind) never before Publish’d, London: Printed and sold by W. Reeve at Shakespear's Head near Serjeants-Inn Gate, Fleet-street, and by A. Linde in Catherine-street in the Strand, OCLC 963702596, pages 132–133:
- If any of their ware were ſuch, as he could poſſibly make uſe of, or pretend to make uſe of, he always brought ſome: and paid for every half-penny-worth, at leaſt ſixpence: and for every penny-worth, a ſhilling. If their ſaleables were of another nature, he added ſomething to their ſtock: with ſtrict charges of induſtry, and honeſty.
- 1850, J. T. Headley, “Rambles in England”, in The Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. J. T. Headley. With a Biographical Sketch and Portrait of the Author, volume I, 2nd edition, New York, N.Y.: John S. Taylor, 143 Nassau Street, page 237:
- 1974, Theodor W. Adorno; E. F. N. Jephcott, transl., “Small Sorrows, Great Songs”, in Minima Moralia: Reflections from Damaged Life, London: New Left Books, →ISBN; republished London; New York, N.Y.: Verso Books, 2005, →ISBN, page 215:
- The transformation of expressive content from an undirected impulse into material for manipulation makes it palpable, exhibitable, saleable. The lyrical subjectivism of [Heinrich] Heine, for example, does not stand in simple contradiction to his commercial traits; the saleable is itself subjectivity administrated by subjectivity.
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