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procure

(prō-kūr′) [L. procurare, to take care of]
To obtain (e.g., an organ from a donor).
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He informed that about 100,000 tons of wheat to be procured from Balochistan where as Pakistan Agriculture Storage and Services Corporation has assigned the task for procuring about 800,000 tons of wheat from across the four provinces.
The ProCure 21/21+ Framework provides a process of procuring and constructing healthcare facilities through a partnering arrangement with a number of contracted Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs).
2 mills tons and the remaining 29,000 metric tons sugar can be procured in few days, said sources, adding TCP is procuring 0.
Antony include IAF proposals worth over ` 8,500 crore for procuring 14 Dornier aircraft and setting up a nationwide communication network besides guns for the navy and coast guard ships, defence ministry sources said.
In the Nigerian construction industry, research studies (Iyagba, Idoro 1985; Idoro 2007) discovered Direct Labour (DL) and Design-Bid-Build (DBB) to be the most prominent methods for procuring construction projects in both public and private sectors.
Meanwhile, Sindh has completed its procurement task, procuring 1.
Edward Erin, 43, pictured, is accused of procuring and administering drugs to Bella Prowse to bring about a miscarriage.
Edward Erin, 43, from Watford Road, Caerphilly, is accused of procuring and administering drugs to Bella Prowse to bring about a miscarriage.
The team was also responsible for procuring the buyer, a partnership between Angelo, Gordon & Co.
The IG said: "SBA did not ensure that procuring agencies monitored compliance with 8(a) BD regulations when completing 8(a) BD contracts.
Libraries in developing countries face particular problems procuring library materials and information resources.
Military Departments and Defense Agencies must establish procedures for reviewing and approving the use of non-DoD contract vehicles when procuring supplies and services on or after January 1, 2005, for amounts greater than the simplified acquisition threshold.