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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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?
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.
He also has the support of Al-Tayeb and the religious preaching experience that might come in handy to apply the president's recurring demands to improve the religious discourse of the state's Islamic institutions.
A program that incorporates the recurring demands and positions of employers already repeatedly expressed.
The Arab Spring drives recurring demands for change in Iran, battered by the sanctions (see down9AngolaFeb25-13).