Consumables

A term applied to those articles which are incidental or accessory to the manufacturer such as laces, polishes, creams, cements, waxes, buckles, heel plates, shoe brushes, insoles etc. Also termed as findings.
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Consumables

In printing terms, consumables or consumable items refer to parts of the printer which have to be replaced once their life has expired. For example, a toner cartridge is classified as a consumable item.
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Consumables

are those materials or components which are depleted or require periodic replacement through normal use of the instrument.
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Consumables

are those materials or components which are depleted or require periodic replacement through normal use of the instrument.
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Consumables

Consumables (also known as consumable goods, nondurable goods, or soft goods) are goods that, according to the 1913 edition of Webster`s Dictionary, are capable of being consumed; that may be destroyed, dissipated, wasted, or spent. John Locke specifies these as `consumable commodities.` People have, for example, always consumed food and water.......
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