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stockpile

[′stäk‚pīl]
(engineering)
A reserve stock of material, equipment, raw material, or other supplies.
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Cold War-era stockpiles in the countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, often poorly managed and susceptible to theft or illegal transfer, have been a source of arms for regional criminal organizations and terrorist groups.
7 million pounds of VX nerve agent stored in cartridges, ton containers, projectiles, rockets, and bombs buried in my backyard--the largest stockpile in the nation.
Material is washed from the stockpile by monitors and is then pumped to the unique processing plant.
The study was released as governments came together in Geneva for their first meeting on stockpile destruction efforts.
While the Army can't rewrite its historical relationship with the eight communities near existing stockpiles, Smithson says it could do better in refuting spurious technical arguments by its critics.
The trucking of the Stockpiles from the Mirado Mine to the Westwood Mill is excepted to take 4 weeks.
With the capabilities and variety of management tools Stockpile Reports offers, stockpile management can now become a routine task," said Chattin.
The Commerce Department reported that stockpiles at the wholesale level increased 0.
Their difficulty in producing guidelines also pertained to old lots of such vaccines, such as those that are part of the US and European strategic stockpiles.
At a time that works for our company and the landfill operator, we can set up a crushing system and still have room left over for finished product stockpiles.
Under the CWC, Libya would be required to declare and destroy all chemical weapons production facilities and stockpiles, make declarations about any dual use chemical industry, undertake not to research or produce any chemical weapons, and not to export certain chemicals to countries that have not signed the CWC.
In the December 2001 Forum article "Old Pesticides Pose New Problems for Developing World" [EHP 109:A578-A579], the partnership behind the Africa Stockpiles Project was not clearly defined.