recurring issue

recurring issue

[ri′kər·iŋ ′ish·ü]
(ordnance)
An issue made on a cyclic basis to replenish materiel consumed or worn out through fair wear and tear in operations, with each issue being made to a consignee eligible to request further replenishment when required, in the foreseeable future.
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Defensive frailties were a recurring issue last season and Mangala acknowledges improvement is needed before City begin their 2015-16 Premier League campaign at West Brom next Monday.
It's "Tim Tebow time" in the Bay State, and, thanks to the evangelical Rocky Mountain quarterback, today's gridiron clash between the Pats and the Broncos has ratcheted up attention on the recurring issue of the impact of religion and spirituality on American sporting events.
Since their initial statement, petrol retailers have remained quiet on the recurring issue leaving analysts with no clear indication of the reasoning and issues behind the shortages.
Mr Harris was relaxed about government attempts to force down drug prices, saying it was a recurring issue that kept the firm focused on reducing overheads.
Needless to say, labour shortages resulting from the declining population continues to be a recurring issue in Japan.
Patrick formed the task force in November after an election season during which corruption was a recurring issue.
However, if this is a recurring issue, or there are set deadlines which cannot be met, clients will become frustrated.
Compensation for health care between member states is a sensitive, even taboo, subject that poisons relations between social security bodies, particularly since it is a recurring issue.
In addition to the recurring issue with blocked exits, inspectors found fire extinguisher locations not marked and rapid access to them blocked.
With the discovery of thousands of sacks of rice and relief goods dumped in a remote barangay in Leyte, a concerned group and senatorial candidate Francis Tolentino are calling on the the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to draw up a plan that would prevent the recurring issue of food spoilage in the agency.
He added: "Traditionally academia would put together a portfolio of products and offer them to the market but we want to hear from businesses first - and then develop new products where we identify a common or recurring issue for SMEs.
But others argued that the truck is a one-time expense that would be better funded by a debt exclusion, while maintenance is a recurring issue that should be paid for with budgeted funds.