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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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"I don't know if the requisitioners have made contact with them yet but they have told us that is their intention.
"Our position on that is we have complied with Uefa requirements in the period immediately following March 2011 and if there is still an issue with the requisitioners then that's for them to take up with Uefa.
For example, requisitioners have access only to those features and areas of the marketplace related to purchasing, such as the ability to view items for sale in online supplier catalogs and items they ordered in a central "shopping basket." On the other hand, supplier administrators can update the descriptions of items in the catalogs but cannot purchase items from the catalogs.
To further complicate the process, the requisitioner, after placing an order, has difficulty determining the status of the order.
The reason for rejection should have been clear to the requisitioners themselves - one has to be aged over 18, have held a full account for longer than two years and have had a balance of at least pounds 100.
Murray was appointed to lead the club while King awaited acceptance from Hampden powerbrokers and promised in March to look under the club's bonnet after the requisitioners swept to victory at a general file of the times Easdale has litigation against don't take that meeting.
The former chairman hasn't spoken out since the AGM in December when he and his fellow requisitioners, Paul Murray, Alex Wi l son and Scot t Murdoch failed to oust the under–fire regime.
The four so-called requisitioners - Paul Murray, Malcolm Murray, Alex Wilson and Scott Murdoch - all polled close to 30 per cent and failed to win a boardroom seat.
Various business scenarios could come to Various business scenarios could come to RETURN King pass but there seems to be only one plausible result and that is victory for the "Requisitioners".
The reports also suggest Murray and his fellow "requisitioners" Malcolm Murray, Alex Wilson and Scott Murdoch would fail in their bid to force themselves into directorships.