Definition of Consignments

1. Noun. (plural of consignment) ¹



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Definition of Consignments

1. consignment [n] - See also: consignment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consignments

consigned
consignee
consignees
consigner
consigners
consignificant
consignification
consignifications
consignificative
consignified
consignifies
consignify
consignifying
consigning
consignment
consignments (current term)
consignor
consignors
consigns
consilience
consiliences
consilient
consilium abeundi
consist
consist in
consistant
consisted
consisted in
consistence
consistences

Literary usage of Consignments

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1. Accounting Theory and Practice by Roy Bernard Kester (1917)
"dum accounts, consignments and consignments-In, are cancelled against each other ... Entry is made in a blotter or memorandum book of consignments received, ..."

2. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1882)
"He docs not bind himself to make consignments to them; but not to make consignments to any other house in the Netherlands. If any doubt could arise from ..."

3. Principles of Accounting by John Raymond Wildman (1922)
"CHAPTER XIX consignments The whole subject of consignment must for the purpose of discussion be divided into two parts, namely, consignments received and ..."

4. The Applied Theory of Accounts by Paul-Joseph Esquerré (1914)
"CHAPTER XVII consignments—SHIPMENTS INWARD Relations of Consignor and Consignee While the ... consignments made to either class of consignees establish, ..."

5. A Handbook of Bankers' Law by Henry Robertson (1876)
"Receipts for Judicial and other consignments.—Judicial consignments are generally payable to the party preferred to the fund by decree of the Court. ..."

6. Bookkeeping for Modern Business: Advanced Course by John George Kirk, James Layman Street (1921)
"consignments may, therefore, be divided into two parts, namely, consignments received and ... consignments received are usually known as consignments-in, ..."

7. Accounting Practice: A Comprehensive Statement of Accounting Principles and by Leo Greendlinger, John William Schulze (1914)
"consignments inward and outward.—consignments of goods either inward or outward ... Therefore, we may say that consignments inward may be for the account of ..."

8. Railway Rates: The Method of Calculating Equitable Rates and Charges for by Joseph Horrocks (1909)
"... (continued)—SMALL consignments PARCELS and packages forming small consignments of goods are often tendered to railway companies for conveyance, ..."

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