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stockpile

(stŏk′pīl″)
To withhold from immediate use; to maintain in storage for future needs. In many countries stockpiles of food rations, medications, or vaccines are maintained by governmental agencies in anticipation of future public health needs.
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weapons inspector David Kay had said, that there are no [WMD] stockpiles, would you still have recommended the invasion?
In 2013 UNHCR sent humanitarian relief to 36 countries including Syria, South Sudan, Mali and Libya from the Dubai stockpile.
Stockpile Reports uses a three-step process to calculate aggregates stockpile tonnage, volume and location:
04% of the private sector stockpile, the officials said.
For decades, stockpiles of obsolete, expired, and banned pesticides have posed significant health risks to people in developing countries.
The ASCI Program at Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories has been partnering with the supercomputing industry for the past five years in developing a series of supercomputers for NNSA's Stockpile Stewardship Program.
Some vials of the vaccine stockpile have shown elevated moisture levels and thus failed routine quality control testing; however, the vaccine in these vials remains potent, and the failed lots have not been discarded.
wholesalers increased their stockpiles more slowly in March after seeing less growth in sales, a government report showed on Wednesday.
Army Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) completed the destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile at Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD) in Utah on Jan.
The tank will be the fifth stockpile facility after the four whose construction sites JNOC selected earlier, JNOC said in a press release.
The GAO was also concerned about a lack of security and antifraud procedures at the stockpile sites.
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