Definition of Reshippers

1. Noun. (plural of reshipper) ¹



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Definition of Reshippers

1. reshipper [n] - See also: reshipper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reshippers

reshimmed
reshims
reshine
reshined
reshines
reshingle
reshingled
reshingles
reshingling
reshining
reship
reshipment
reshipments
reshipped
reshipper
reshippers (current term)
reshipping
reships
reshod
reshoe
reshoed
reshoeing
reshoes
reshone
reshook
reshoot
reshooting
reshoots
reshoring
reshot

Literary usage of Reshippers

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1. Wood-using Industries of Virginia by Roger Edwin Simmons (1912)
"reshippers have to stand much wear and rough handling and must be made ... Red gum, cypress, chestnut, and yellow poplar were also worked into reshippers. ..."

2. Lumber and Its Uses by Royal Shaw Kellogg (1919)
"... Reed organs (interior parts) Reed organs (exterior) Refrigerators reshippers (boxes) Rims (guitars) Runners (sleighs and sleds) ..."

3. Lumber and Its Uses by Royal Shaw Kellogg (1919)
"... Reed organs (interior parts) Reed organs (exterior) Refrigerators reshippers (boxes) Rims (guitars) Runners (sleighs and sleds) ..."

4. Peach Culture by James Alexander Fulton (1882)
"It is managed somewhat in this way: When the fruit is sold to reshippers, as much of it is, they furnish their own packages, into which it is placed from ..."

5. Supplemental Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act by Herbert Confield Lust (1914)
"Under the new transit rules established at Memphis a daily report by millers and reshippers of grain to the resident Inspector was required, ..."

6. Annual Statement of the Trade and Commerce of St. Louis by Merchants' Exchange of St. Louis, George H Morgan (1914)
"Those who ship out by lake have been able to get the benefit of the lower State local for the haul to Chicago, whereas all-rail reshippers must pay the ..."

7. Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Decisions of the Interstate Commerce by Interstate Commerce Commission, United States (1922)
"If the shipments from the compress point are forwarded collect, the railroad agent at that point refunds to the reshippers the charges collected on the ..."

8. Wood-using Industries of New Hampshire by Roger Edwin Simmons, United States Forest Service (1912)
"Boxes for hardware, crockery, wines in glass, projectiles and other ponderous goods are so made, as well as reshippers for sending backward and forward ..."

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