nondelivery

nondelivery

(ˌnɒndɪˈlɪvərɪ)
n
(Commerce) failure to deliver (goods, products, etc)
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Pre-shipment finance is riskier as the borrowing company may run into difficulties at the production or delivery stage, implying a much higher risk of nondelivery than in the case of post-shipment credit.
[mathematical expression not reproducible] is the compensation paid to the customer due to nondelivery "ND(t)" of consented services when the system is nonfunctional; "[C.sub.U]" is the monetary penalty imposed and ND(f) = 1 - A(t), with "A(t)" being the accessibility of plant at time "t."
Ticket buyers should also remember that paying by credit card offers greater protection than with other methods in terms of fraud, guarantees and nondelivery.
Once a week, on a nondelivery day, Brendle goes into town to collect vegetable oil--an all day task.
" We have issued notice to the headquarters of the food company and asked them to explain the reasons for nondelivery.
Each time the timer went off, data were collected on the participant's delivery or nondelivery of the metal nut.
Other ways for nondelivery LTOT [15] are to refill small portable cylinders using standard stationary concentrators to achieve ample ambulation and by using a liquefier to compress oxygen produced from standard stationary concentrators.
This had been the main request of the AFU when calling the nondelivery strike.
to 7 p.m., Charnelton Street is expected to be closed to nondelivery traffic between the West Seventh Avenue alley and Eighth Avenue for utility relocation work.
Refund for nondelivery of order placed online: A consumer claimed he placed an order with a website for some dietary supplements, but the same was not delivered to him on time.
Finally, the required variables such as the number of nondelivery cases within the first 24 and 48 hr of randomization, successful tocolysis (non-delivery in the first 48 hr), the number of received corticosteroids doses, drug complications, the changes in maternal heart rate and blood pressure and the changes in the baseline of the fetal heart rate (FHR) prior and one hour after the application of GTN patch were studied.
Therefore, such drugs cannot be made available to the brain because of nondelivery across the blood brain barrier.