Explosive refers to a chemical compound, mixture, device etc. that is capable of exploding. Likewise, it is a compound or mixture susceptible (by heat, shock, friction or other impulse) to a rapid chemical reaction, decomposition or combustion with the rapid generation of heat and gases with a combined volume much larger than the original substance.

Electronic marketing is characterized as marketing which is tied to an electronic POS system; typically a frequent shopper program which tracks individual consumer purchases by dollar or by type. Also includes coupon machines at the front of stores and coupons from the register tape from related purchases.

Electrical thermometer refers to a thermometer indicating temperature variations by means of electrical current flowing through a circuit in which a galvanometer is inserted. The sensitive element can be an electrical resistance whose value changes with temperature, or a thermocouple (formed by two soldered metals), which also generates specific quantities of current at different temperatures.
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Thermometer (Messmittel zur Anzeige von Temperaturen. Da ...)
Thermometer (Thermometer refers to an instrument for ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Thermometern, Thermometers
End cap refers to a mass display stacked against the end of a gondola or tier of products in a store.
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Lexicon from 'End cap' until 'Extrusions'
Lexicon from 'End cap' until 'Extrusions'

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Cape, Capers, Capes
Emergency items refers to products that are purchased in an unusual situation when need is suddenly high, such as umbrellas during a rainstorm.
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Enginehouse pertains to a building in which locomotives are serviced - repaired or cleaned, and/or stored.
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Ewe is characterized as a female sheep.
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- Electronic data interchange (EDI) : Electronic data interchange (EDI) is described as an exchange of business data through computers between trading partners.
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EDI (EDI is the acronym of electronic data interchange .)

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