Abbreviation for "Weight or Measurement;" the basis for assessing freight charges. Also known as "worm." The rate charged under W/M will be whichever produces the highest revenue between the weight of the shipment and the measure of the shipment. ...
Weight or Measurement
A thin sheet of semiconductor (photovoltaic material) made by cutting it from a single crystal or ingot.
A vertical structural element that holds up a roof, encloses part or all of a room, or stands by itself to hold back soil.
The geographical direction that the primary or largest exterior wall of a building faces.
Document that identifies goods imported when placed in a bonded warehouse. The duty is not imposed on the products while in the warehouse but will be collected when they are withdrawn for delivery or consumption.
The storing of goods/cargo.
Striking "bells" a little before the proper time at the end of a watch. More generally, doing something unjustifiably or unnecessarily early.