Requirement

  • 81urgent requirement — index necessity, need (requirement) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 82the public sector net cash requirement — UK US noun [S] (UK ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT ► the amount of money the government has to borrow when taxes and its other sources of income are not enough to pay for all the services it needs to provide: »The UK public sector net cash requirement… …

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  • 83military requirement — karinis poreikis statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Nustatytas poreikis, kuriam patenkinti reikia laiku paskirstyti išteklius, kad būtų galima įgyti pajėgumą, leidžiantį įvykdyti patvirtintus karinius tikslus, uždavinius ar užduotis. atitikmenys …

    NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 84operational requirement — karinis poreikis statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Nustatytas poreikis, kuriam patenkinti reikia laiku paskirstyti išteklius, kad būtų galima įgyti pajėgumą, leidžiantį įvykdyti patvirtintus karinius tikslus, uždavinius ar užduotis. atitikmenys …

    NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 85language requirement — noun a requirement that a student know certain languages • Hypernyms: ↑academic requirement …

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  • 86(the) Public Sector Borrowing Requirement — the Public Sector Borrowing Requirement [the Public Sector Borrowing Requirement] (abbr PSBR) the amount of money the government needs to borrow every year to pay for public spending, if money from taxes is not enough. It is borrowed from the… …

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  • 87D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement — As applied to the D to P concept, the gross requirement for all supplies and materiel needed to meet all initial pipeline and anticipated expenditure (consumption) requirements between D day and P day. Includes initial allowances, continental… …

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  • 88intelligence requirement — 1. Any subject, general or specific, upon which there is a need for the collection of information, or the production of intelligence. 2. A requirement for intelligence to fill a gap in the command …

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  • 89military requirement — An established need justifying the timely allocation of resources to achieve a capability to accomplish approved military objectives, missions, or tasks. Also called operational requirement. See also objective force level …

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  • 90operational requirement — See military requirement …

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  • 91other war reserve materiel requirement, protectable — The portion of the other war reserve materiel requirement that is protected for purposes of procurement, funding, and inventory management …

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  • 92pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, protectable — That portion of the pre positioned war reserve materiel requirement that is protected for purposes of procurement, funding, and inventory management …

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  • 93pre-positioned war reserve requirement — That portion of the war reserve materiel requirement that the current Secretary of Defense guidance dictates be reserved and positioned at or near the point of planned use or issue to the user prior to hostilities to reduce reaction time and to… …

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  • 94Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents — The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents is one of a series of conventions of the Hague Conference on Private International Law. It was signed by the original signatories on October 5, 1961. It… …

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  • 95Public sector net cash requirement — (PSNCR) is the budget deficit in the UK. It is the difference between Government expenditure and Government income. Government Revenues/Income is mainly derived from taxes. Governments usually plan their budget expenditure based on a forecast the …

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  • 96Manufacturing test requirement design specification — (MTRD) is a document which specifies how the test is going to be implemented on a new/upcoming product. It specifies what test will be ready during different build processes, the percentage of coverage for each stages of those build process, and… …

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  • 97Intelligence requirement — An intelligence requirement (IR) is an intelligence need that is specified by a decision maker, who passes the request to an intelligence agency, where an answer is developed and then disseminated. The formulation, setting, and evaluation of… …

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  • 98Material Requirement Planning — (MRP) ist der englische Ausdruck für die seit etwa 1960 übliche Materialbedarfsplanung. Seit Anfang der 70er Jahre war sie Teil der Produktionsplanung und steuerungssysteme (PPS Systeme), deren Konzept als Communications Oriented Information and… …

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  • 99functional requirement — noun a) A condition or capability that a system, person or object has to satisfy, fulfill or comply with. b) A description of any of the functions of a software system Ant: non functional requirement …

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  • 100Eurocurrency reserve requirement — USA The percentage used to calculate the Eurodollar rate. For reserve requirements, the percentage is set out in Federal Reserve Regulation D for Eurocurrency Liabilities. This percentage has been set as zero for the past several years. Related… …

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