See also:term meaning track or course, and so surviving in "
See also:wind " (q.v.), a wind which always blows in one course; hence a way of
See also:life, business or occupation, and, specifically, the handicraft in which a man has been trained and which he makes his means of livelihood, or the
See also:mercantile business which he carries on for profit, as opposed to the liberal arts or professions . A further development of meaning makes the word synonymous with commerce, comprehending every
See also:species of
See also:exchange or dealing in commodities . See COMMERCE;
See also:BALANCE OF TRADE;
See also:FREE TRADE;
See also:PROTECTION; TARIFFS; TRADE ORGANIZATION; and also the sections dealing with trade and commerce. under the various countries .
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TRACY (1830– )
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