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Procurement

The act of buying, especially for business purposes. This term is often used in the energy industries; for example, one may procure oil in order to refine it.

procurement

see PURCHASING, BUYING PROCESS.
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Gonul underlined that the Committee decided to procure nine additional attack helicopters for the Turkish Land Forces.
Smaller research and academic organizations are unable to procure information resources to satisfy their users' needs; in turn, the lack of access to such information will have a negative effect on research.
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Talking to reporter he said the corporation had been assigned a task to procure 900,000 metric tons of wheat from the farmers during the grain procurement campaign 2017-18.
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Bonaparte trusted her brother's research implicitly and began treatment with ProCure shortly after the center opened in March.
Talking to reporter on Monday he said the corporation had been assigned a task to procure 900,000 metric tons of wheat from the farmers during the grain procurement campaign 2017-18.
In its final report on the reverse bid auction pilot program released July 26, the United States Army Corps of Engineers stated that reverse auctions should not be used as a means to procure construction services.