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SUPPLIES, Eng. Law. Extraordinary grants to the king by parliament, to supply the exigencies of the state. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t.

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[USPRwire, Fri Aug 30 2019] Global LED Power Supplies Market: Introduction The proper functioning of LEDs requires either a constant voltage supply or a constant current supply.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 30 2019] Global LED Power Supplies Market: Introduction The proper functioning of LEDs requires either a constant voltage supply or a constant current supply.
Parents and communities work hard to support their schools by donating supplies and funds, but we know our classrooms still have unmet needs, Gov.
Linear power supplies offer low ripple and noise specifications and have fast transient behavior.
1892 Bureau of Provisions and Clothing renamed Bureau of Supplies and Accounts
When organizations buy goods--from cleaning supplies to paper products--they're typically buying under a purchasing agreement with negotiated prices.
A projected 6 percent increase in world supplies of platinum in 2006, principally from an estimated 300,000- to 400,000-ounce rise in mine production in South Africa and an additional 75,000 ounces of recycled metal, could limit further upside moves.
"Hungary, one of the most vulnerable countries in the region because it relies on Russian gas for almost 40 percent of its total energy needs, saw supplies drop by half on Sunday night.
Natural gas supplies in the United States and Europe exceeded demand.
Subsection 252.41(1)(b) of the ETA protects against revenue loss owing to inappropriate rebates or input tax credits (ITCs) by non-commercial activities that acquire such supplies, so why only allow one year for applying for a rebate rather than the common two-year period allowed for other rebates, or even a four-year period consistent with the standard audit period?
Everything from computers, lab equipment, and multimedia products to food services, health products, athletic equipment, office supplies, and furniture--even office personnel--can be acquired through the various procurement products that dot the landscape.
Centcom generals must come up with speedy solutions to poor planning decisions, such as one bad call to limit supplies of protective armor at the outset of the Iraqi invasion.