waybill

[wey-bil]
noun
1.
a list of goods sent by a common carrier, as a railroad, with shipping directions.

Origin:
1785–95; way1 + bill1

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waybill (ˈweɪˌbɪl)
 
n
a document attached to goods in transit specifying their nature, point of origin, and destination as well as the route to be taken and the rate to be charged

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Air waybill data can be transmitted in any sequence.
Here, the parties chose to use a sea waybill rather than a traditional bill of lading.
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