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requisition

(re″kwĭ-zish′ŏn) [L. requisitio, a searching]
An order for a specific laboratory service or test, e.g., for a specimen to be analyzed.
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Requisition ID: 18000037 Employer: Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Job Category: Financial
confidence against Tehsil and Naib Nazim Balakot, reinstated both and directed the opposition that by following the rules of LG act submit a requisition for meeting of the tehsil council and again bid vote of no confidence against both.
It is also learnt that differences emerge among the opposition parties on the calling of assembly session on requisition.
The BMSO can partially solve this problem by articulating a well-rehearsed communications plan that includes primary, alternate, contingency, and emergency means for units to requisition class VIII.
Commands interested in providing requisition visibility to their customers should contact the OTS Program Office via e-mail at onetouch@navy.
Repeat steps 1 through 7 using the nonstocked item requisition figures for customers "a" and "b" to compute the combined ACWT for nonstocked items.
But it upheld the right of Catholic schools to opt out of the provincial government's Alberta School Foundation Fund and continue to requisition monies directly from their supporters.
At the ITT unit, it takes an average of six days between a user's requisition and the placement of an order.
In most cases, it means they are doing what the organization (top management) expects of them--filling requisitions.
The sale of property is considered involuntary only if the sale occurred as a result of the threat or imminence of requisition or condemnation.
In an attempt to avoid an unnecessary court process that would be costly to both EnerCare and its shareholders, we have submitted a second requisition for a Special Meeting to expand the Board to ten and to add four nominees nominated by Octavian to the Board," said Richard Hurowitz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Octavian.