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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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The release of NFA's rice procurement data should prompt the national government to expeditiously explore possible strategies to help the food agency shore up its stockpile. Despite apprehensions that raising the support price of NFA rice would accelerate inflation, the national government must still look for other remedies.
The optimal stockpile allocations under moderate and severe pandemic scenarios are qualitatively, but not quantitatively, similar (Figure 3).
Asked what would happen if the mine firms wouldn't comply with the trust fund requisite, Lopez stood firm: 'If they want to remove the stockpiles, they should comply.
"Stockpile Reports has helped our members recognize the value of the 'cash on the ground' stockpiles represent.
But unlike most other brokerages, Stockpile's fees are lighter than most traditional brokerages.
Ensomo explained that with continued erosion and run-off, the foundation used in the stockpiles has become weak, leaving the possibility of collapse.
The complaint, filed in Suffolk Superior Court with the consent judgment, alleged that a portion of the stockpile became unstable and caused a landslide that inundated the banks of a stream in Charlton with up to a foot of sediment and covered more than half an acre of vegetated wetlands with mud and silt, ranging from a fine coating to a half foot of muck.
That stockpile was the major concern of Israel and was frequently highlighted by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who famously held up a cartoon drawing of a bomb in his UN speech in 2012 and drew a red line at 250 kilograms of enriched uranium, saying Israel would not tolerate Iran ever stockpiling that much because it would be enough to make one bomb.
Update of diamond valuations based on altered market conditions for all pipes and bulk sample information (E9 and lites stockpile only).
Markray Corp (RVBR.PK), a company in the business of extracting precious metals from stockpiles of raw material, has received permission from the local regulatory agency to increase gold production from the stockpile of reserves.
London, Nov 2(ANI): NATO air power prevented former Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi's forces from reaching secret stockpiles of mustard gas during the nine-month conflict in the country, it has been claimed.
It will increase stockpiling at private-sector oil firm facilities by concluding new lease contracts to secure certain amounts of oil inside commercial tanks as state stockpile, according to the sources.