supply chain management

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supply chain management

A cross-functional approach to procuring, producing, and delivering products and services to customers. The broad management scope includes sub-suppliers, suppliers, internal information, and funds flow. See also supply; supply chain.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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When you release the string, it moves back to the position it was in before you drew it, and that causes a whiplash effect that will throw the tail of your arrow to the side.
There's a whiplash effect, too, as media stocks have generally been Wall Street darlings since the economic recovery began in 2009.
Add to this a Mongolian contortionist who can shoot an arrow from a bow with her feet, a pair who crack the stage with whiplash effect as they swing the Argentinian bolas and the drolleries of Tweedy the clown and you have an evening which really is worth every penny.
"The sudden force can have a whiplash effect, causing both back and neck pain.
"The sudden force can have a whiplash effect. So when you feel a sneeze coming, simply bend your knees to absorb the force into the lower legs instead of the spine." On a night out High-heeled shoes, particularly stilettos, force the entire weight of the body on to the front of the foot, altering your posture and putting pressure on your pelvis and lower back.
But Nick Johnson QC, defending, questioned Mr Lloyd about the effect of blood flying off a weapon in a "whiplash effect" as it hit Mr Furlong.
"It came from a flick from a rider at the front, then the whiplash effect caused one of the Rapha-Condor team guys to dive backwards to avoid the wheel in front of him, but then straight back into mine.
As tail gunner, Tommy Walker had the worst of the ride because of the whiplash effect, said Mr Levy.