provant

provant

(ˈprɒvənt)
adj
1. supplied with provisions
2. (Military) mercenary
vb (tr)
to supply with provisions
References in classic literature ?
Sancho said he did not want anything more than a little barley for Dapple, and half a cheese and half a loaf for himself; for the distance being so short there was no occasion for any better or bulkier provant. They all embraced him, and he with tears embraced all of them, and left them filled with admiration not only at his remarks but at his firm and sensible resolution.
Heaping up, therefore, an abundant portion of the "provant" upon a piece of bark, which served for a dish, they invited him to confine himself thereto, instead of foraging in the general mess.
"Then, good archer, I am right glad to welcome you to Twynham Castle, and in the steward's room you will find provant for yourself and comrades.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 17, 2018-Subsidiary of Quest Diagnostics Closes Acquisition of Provant Health
Global Banking News-October 11, 2018-Quest Diagnostics acquires Provant Health for undisclosed amount
Previously, Lubash was CFO at Provant, a wellness solutions provider, in addition to Mobiquity, a digital professional services firm, and OutStart, a SaaS-based social and learning solutions provider.
The awards are sponsored by Provant, a leader in population health management strategies and customized worksite wellness services that support employee well-being and productivity and healthcare cost containment.
Other vocabulary, such as "provant" (186), should also arguably have been glossed.
1435 North Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257 (877) 970-4970 (toll-free) (480) 970-4970 (480) 970-8792 (fax) provant@regenesisbiomedical.com www.regenesisbiomedical.com The Provant Wound Closure System signals the secretion of growth factors and proliferation of fibroblasts and epithelial cells.
The product, commercialized as the Provant Wound Closure System, has FDA clearance as a wound treatment device.