recurring demand


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recurring demand

[ri′kər·iŋ di′mand]
(industrial engineering)
A request made periodically or anticipated to be repetitive by an authorized requisitioner for material for consumption or use, or for stock replenishment.
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One recurring demand was that new elections for the Palestinian National Council take place as soon as possible, to usher in a new leadership.
In Karbala' a representative of Iraq's most revered Shi'ite theologian Grand Ayatullah Ali al-Sistani urged politicians to form without delay a government of national unity which "does not exclude any political component" - a recurring demand rejected by Iran's theocracy.
In Vestigios, there is a recurring demand for individual responses, which sometimes can be synonymous with the conscious absence of a voice.
When not obliged with this recurring demand, they take to rather violent means to force school authorities to oblige them.
The recurring demand for actionable intelligence is consistently heard as both a criticism of intelligence and a justification for policy decisions that may prove questionable.
Annual attempts by counselors to report graduation rates accurately to the administration, however, led to conflicting reports and the recurring demand to know exactly how many students in a given class were graduating on time.
Or the Air Force computer that routinely misclassified one-time purchases as recurring demand, causing the Pentagon to make repeated reorders of items it needed only once?
[USPRwire, Wed Nov 14 2018] Aging vehicles, growing annual mileage and retaining patterns in vehicle owners are creating recurring demand for advanced wheel and tire service equipment.
We have an established client base with recurring demands for funding now paired with a technology platform able to rapidly qualify clients, mitigate lending risk and attract banks and other lenders to join our program.
Regarding the health situation in the occupied Syrian Golan, Yazigi said that despite Syria's recurring demands for building health establishments in the villages of the occupied Golan, the Israeli occupation is deliberately preventing such establishments from being available as a method of putting pressure on locals and displacing them.
The tweet included the following points: - All endeavors with Doha have failed as it did not abide by recurring demands, the last of which were in 2013 and 2014.