provant

provant

(ˈprɒvənt)
adj
1. supplied with provisions
2. (Military) mercenary
vb (tr)
to supply with provisions
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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.
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.
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I'm confident that these important changes will better position Regenesis to achieve our strategic goals of developing the clinical and health economics evidence necessary to expand clinician and payer adoption of Provant Therapy.
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