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stocktaking

the examination, counting, and valuing of goods on hand in a shop or business
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This customized program adds new functionality to Bentalls' stocktake process, and is also easily supported in-house by Bentalls' IT department.
Benchmarking your own herd against the Stocktake figures can help identify target areas for improvement.
An independent stocktake showed a PS15,000 discrepancy and the police were called in.
Fiscal Alasdair MacDonald said: "You signed for a stocktake that never took place.
Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group wishes to appoint a provider to undertake a stocktake of End of Life Services which will review the current position, consider the local model in line with National frameworks and identify gaps in current position, helping to inform the future planning and ambition for End of Life Services in Doncaster.
The report also recommended that consortia governance should be directed from a board and that consortia should attend a twice-yearly stocktake with the Minister for Education and Skills.
EBLEX is recruiting English beef and sheep farmers to be part of its new Stocktake annual costs of production survey.
THE animals came in two by two as staff at a North Wales zoo yesterday carried out their annual stocktake.
A study of the cancer and palliative care nursing workforce to establish a national education and training framework is one of the outcomes of a stocktake of the country's cancer workforce.
So instead of spending Christmas relaxing at home with my family I'll be in here doing a stocktake.
Yesterday keeper Paul Pearce started totting up all the creepy crawlies in his care as part of London Zoo's annual month-long stocktake.
In January 1999, just a few months before he was due to move back to Birmingham with his family, a stocktake revealed discrepancies and Mr Chaudhry was arrested.