Supply

The crime of giving illegal drugs to other people - either for money or just as a gift

supply

  1. an amount of something available for use
  2. offering goods and services for sale

Supply

Number of cattle/sheep/lambs penned at a physical market.
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supply

[n] - an amount of something available for use 2. [n] - offering goods and services for sale 3. [v] - provide or furnish with
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Supply

• (n.) A person who fills a place for a time; one who supplies the place of another; a substitute; esp., a clergyman who supplies a vacant pulpit. • (n.) The food, and the like, which meets the daily necessities of an army or other large body of men; store; -- used chiefly in the plural; as, the army was discontented for lack of supplies....
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supply

supplying noun the activity of supplying or providing something
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supply

noun offering goods and services for sale
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Supply

[economics] In economics, supply refers to the amount of a product that producers and firms are willing to sell at a given price when all other factors being held constant. Usually, supply is plotted as a supply curve showing the relationship of price to the amount of product businesses are willing to sell. == Supply schedule == A supply sc...
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supply

[Noun] The amount of something available to use.
Example: There was an unlimited supply of cakes.
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Supply

[StarCraft] Photo taken by myself at the New Seattle public Library, 2004. Robert Stein. ...
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Supply

Sup·ply' adjective Serving to contain, deliver, or regulate a supply of anything; as, a supply tank or valve. Supply system (Zoology) , the system of tubes and canals in sponges by means of which food and water are absorbed. See Illust. of Spongiæ .
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Supply

Sup·ply' noun ; plural Supplies 1. The act of supplying; supplial. A. Tucker. 2. That which supplies a want; sufficiency of things for use or want. Specifically: -- (a) Auxiliary troops or reënforcements. 'My promised supply of horsemen.' Sh...
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Supply

Sup·ply' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Supplied ; present participle & verbal noun Supplying .] [ For older supploy , French suppléer , Old French also supployer , (assumed) Late Latin suppletar...
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Supply

1. The act of offering a product for sale. 2. The quantity offered for sale. 3. The quantities offered for sale at various prices; the supply curve.
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supply

1. The act of supplying; supplial. ... 2. That which supplies a want; sufficiency of things for use or want. Specifically: ... Auxiliary troops or reenforcements. 'My promised supply of horsemen.' ... The food, and the like, which meets the daily necessities of an army or other large body of men; store; used chiefly in the plural; as, the army was ...
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supply

a public service provided by a distribution undertaking to any consumer and determined according to technical and commercial criteria such as frequency, voltage, continuity, maximum demand, point of supply, tariffs NOTE - In French, in a restrictive sense, electricity supplied to a consumer, groups of consumers and/or to other utilities.
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supply

In economics, the production of goods or services for a market in anticipation of an expected demand. The level...
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supply

In economics, the production of goods or services for a market in anticipation of an expected demand. The level of supply is determined by the price of the product, the cost of production, the level of technology available for production, and the price of other goods. There is no guarantee that supply will match actual demand
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supply

materials kept in stock for future use
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Supply

Number of cattle/sheep/lambs penned at a physical market.
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Supply

The amount of a good which producers are both willing and able to sell at a given price.
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Supply

The amount of a good which producers are both willing and able to sell at a given price. Supply will be determined by factors like the costs or production and the objectives of the firm.
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Supply

The amount of goods available in the market to be sold at a given price. The term is often coupled w
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supply

The quantity of merchandise in stock at a store or a warehouse.
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Supply

The USS Supply is an American AOE Class fast combat support ship designed to receive ammunition, provision, stores and petroleum products from shuttle ships, and to distribute them to the carrier battle group ships while underway. The ship is equipped with the NATO Sea Sparrow missile launch system and two Raytheon Phalanx Mk 15, 20 millimetre clos...
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