recurring demand


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recurring demand

A request by an authorized requisitioner to satisfy a materiel requirement for consumption or stock replenishment that is anticipated to recur periodically. Demands for which the probability of future occurrence is unknown will be considered as recurring. Recurring demands will be considered by the supporting supply system in order to procure, store, and distribute materiel to meet similar demands in the future.
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It began as a hobby but the recurring demand for my products made me start the business.
Sitharaman will certainly have to focus on the role of women in combat posts, which had been a recurring demand in India's fight for gender equality.
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An amendment proposed by Andreas Schwab (EPP, Germany), which echoes a recurring demand from private economic operators by calling for a general re-examination of Commission guidelines for calculating fines with a view to reducing them, was rejected.
The drivers also threw some fresh light on the gas tax issue, calling not merely for a scrapping of taxes -- a recurring demand made by the unions -- but for a system of checks and balances, which, they said, the government has gone far astray from.
One recurring demand was that new elections for the Palestinian National Council take place as soon as possible, to usher in a new leadership.
In Karbala' a representative of Iraq's most revered Shi'ite theologian Grand Ayatullah Ali al-Sistani urged politicians to form without delay a government of national unity which "does not exclude any political component" - a recurring demand rejected by Iran's theocracy.
In Vestigios, there is a recurring demand for individual responses, which sometimes can be synonymous with the conscious absence of a voice.
When not obliged with this recurring demand, they take to rather violent means to force school authorities to oblige them.
The recurring demand for actionable intelligence is consistently heard as both a criticism of intelligence and a justification for policy decisions that may prove questionable.