supply deficiencies

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I notice that all travelers supply deficiencies in their collections in the same way.
And as the girl withdrew she added, smiling, "Fortunately, I have it in my power to supply deficiencies for this once.
There have been several property visits from the Ministry of Health of a certain Country in need of cannabinoids, stating "international supply deficiencies of high-quality industrial hemp for proper research.
This includes classical sip-feed nutrition, but also foods enriched with specific nutrients to supply deficiencies caused by impaired food uptake.
At the same time, he said that outstanding supply deficiencies, housing demand backlog, tightening capacity, strong public investments were appealing to supply-chain foreign direct investments.
To help the industry address its workforce supply deficiencies, the Obama Administration and the U.
It added that public investment will be higher to address, in particular, supply deficiencies in the electricity and water sectors, and to upgrade telecom services and roads.
But Edison customers still are at risk of power shortages because of supply deficiencies elsewhere, as among firms called ``retail electric service providers'' whose customers get electricity through Edison's lines.
Consumers of recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastics have bemoaned their supply deficiencies for quite some time.
Nevertheless, as national demand has risen, the state's monopolistic hold on electricity generation and limited investment capacity has given rise to mounting supply deficiencies, particularly for industry.
Nevertheless, the industrial property market continues to perform relatively well driven by supply deficiencies coupled with good occupier demand.
employers' views of PBMs; new prescription forms, reimbursement programs, and solutions to supply deficiencies in Japan.