Definition of Merchantry. Meaning of Merchantry. Synonyms of Merchantry

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Definition of Merchantry

Merchantry
Merchantry Mer"chant*ry, n. 1. The body of merchants taken collectively; as, the merchantry of a country. 2. The business of a merchant; merchandise. --Walpole.

Meaning of Merchantry from wikipedia

- management company Merchantry. Merchantry is retail product information management (PIM) software for multi-vendor ecommerce retailers. Merchantry is known for...
- English by the alternate names of Of commerce and the perfect merchant, On merchantry and the perfect merchant, and On trade and the perfect dealer. Several...
- also co-founded Quantum Art, a content management software provider and Merchantry (acquired by Tradeshift). Shenderovich was born in Leningrad, USSR (now...
- recognizable by a large fish skeleton on display; this would indicate a related merchantry deity. In addition to that Marquarts states the Zunbils to have worshipped...
- before he was born. It was also reported that his mother belonged to merchantry. In fact Karl Fleckenstein was a rich jewel merchant, owner of a jewellers...
- citizens), личные почетные граждане(personal distinguished citizens), merchantry (ru:купечество), urban commoners (ru:мещанство), and guilded craftspeople...
- Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary (in Russian). 1906. Siberian Merchantry of 18-19th Centuries (in Russian) Wirtschafter, Elise Kimerling (1992)...
- occupations such as crafting, blacksmithing, sculpting, demolition, and merchantry. Rock Sirloins and Rock Roasts are Goron delicacies, and they also enjoy...
- was an engineering technologist from Vyshny Volochyok. She came from a merchantry social estate. Her paternal ancestors were Poles who were resettled in...
- long periods of time. The rights of married women from the nobility and merchantry to own and manage their own property offered them an opportunity to become...
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