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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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If the requisitioner does not respond within the three-day window, the AACA diverts the shipment to surface mode.
Strategically this approach is sound, but tactically, it is difficult to ensure that all requisitioners make use of the term contracts.
* Where the requisitioner will submit follow-up when additional info is needed
MURRAY was back hammering on the doors in December 2013, this time as a requisitioner, against a board which had completely self destructed.
The Friday's letter of opposition says that 'chairman Senate once summons session on a requisition, it is like a normal session, except the agenda of the requisition has primacy, as established by tradition and Rulings of the Chair in the internal and international jurisdictions.' 'That, in the letter under reply, reliance is being placed on the Ruling of the Chair dated 10th February, 2016, wherein, it is stated that any discussion on an agenda item provided for by the requisitioners, discussion will take place under a Motion under Rule 218 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate 2012,' the letter says.
It also describes the reliance placed on a Feb 10, 2016 ruling of former chairman of Senate Mian Raza Rabbani, stating that any discussion on an agenda item provided for by the requisitioners, discussion will take place under a motion under Rule 218 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, as misconceived and misleading.
Of particular concern to the requisitioners of the special meeting, some of whom were former presidents (not including Roche), were a downward trend in the Institution's net income, the fact that annual accounts were not presented at the Institution's AGM in May 2017, and the collapse of Amber Train, a training company owned by the IMechE's trading subsidiary PEP Ltd.