quick response


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quick response

n
(Marketing) commerce the rapid replenishment of a customer's stock by a supplier with direct access to data from the customer's point of sale
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There was a simplicity in this confidence which occasioned it to find a quick response in the breast of the good-natured Notary, who replied, in the same spirit, that the stranger had not mistaken his desire, and that if he could be of service to him, he would, most readily.
"Here I am," came a quick response from the foliage of the trees just ahead.
'No longer were the friar's eyes directed to the earth; they were cast abroad, and roamed from point to point, as if the gloom and desolation of the scene found a quick response in his own bosom.
His quick response helped identify the stolen vehicle.
"We have already used up the 2018 allocation (for quick response fund).
DPWH NCR, Region III, and IV-A shall then transmit initial assessment of damages and communicate with Quick Response Assets (QRAs) nationwide for the estimated required number and type of QRA needed for the clearing and rescue operations in affected areas.
Quick Response Force would also be deployed for the protection of the mourners.
The annual exercise "Quick Response 2018", held at Butmir base near Sarajevo, was carried out by members of EUFOR, KFOR, BiH Armed Forces and SIPA.
The quick response teams will be on standby with zonal commanders and sector commanders.
The strength of the quick response units has been increased and put on red alert, he added.
JOHNSTON CITY -- Johnston City was without its staple source of ice cream on the Fourth of July, but thanks to a quick response by the Johnston City Fire Department, the damage was minimal.