distribution point


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distribution point

A point at which supplies and/or ammunition, obtained from supporting supply points by a division or other unit, are broken down for distribution to subordinate units. Distribution points usually carry no stocks; items drawn are issued completely as soon as possible.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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People will now have to travel to one of the distribution points dotted about the city to pick up liners for food caddies.
/ AFP / STR 5 / 13 Indian labourers fill sacks with wheat grain to weigh them at a local distribution point on the outskirts of Amritsar on April 30, 2019, on the eve of the International Labour Day celebrated on May 1.
The Gfast DPU demonstration was successfully completed at BT Innovation Week 2017 from 12-16 June in Ipswich, UK and achieved 1.66 Gbps aggregate broadband speeds using a reverse power fed Gfast Distribution Point Unit (DPU) engineered by NetComm Wireless.
The Grangetown distribution point will be the seventh in the city.
Robin Mersh, CEO of the Broadband Forum, the consortium of broadband service providers and vendors, said, "G.fast is a very important part of the next generation for last-mile broadband access, which is based around our fibre to the distribution point (FTTdp) architecture.
Robin Mersh, CEO of the Broadband Forum, the leading consortium of broadband service providers and vendors globally, said, G.fast is a very important part of the next generation for last-mile broadband access, which is based around our Fiber to the Distribution point (FTTdp) architecture.
Young girl eating sandwich given at distribution point
"So we are pleased to announce that Allesley Park and Whoberley will have their own foodbank distribution point."
The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights reported that a number of Postal Authority workers in Alexandria had gathered in front of the Misr Train Station postal distribution point demanding the release of their fellow workers.
The suicide blast Saturday, claimed by the local Taliban, hit a UN food distribution point and killed 43 people in Khar, the main town in the restive Bajaur tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
"Currently the lack of proper transport is part of our main challenges, since we have only one eight-tonne truck to distribute fish to all the distribution points. We also use private transport to distribute our fish, which is very costly.

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