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Vendor

Seller or supplier.

vendor

the seller of a good or service. The vendor can be a person (see PERSONAL SELLING) or a machine (see AUTOMATIC VENDING).

vendor

Seller. Contrast with donor, who transfers property by gift, and testator, who transfers property under a will.

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Others were forced out because of competition by illegal push-cart vendors.
The common theme for most vendors in this space is that "iSCSI is good," and everyone wants a ray of the limelight.
The DoD is also responsible for assisting the vendor with the selection of the assurance level for the evaluation since that assurance level is chosen based on the information security needs and the application of use within the DoD.
His plan was to promote the district and its plans, ask for greater commitments on the part of the partners, and ensure vendor buy-in at the management level as a hedge against changes at the sales level.
Vendors participate by invitation only, therefore they must be pre-approved as being able to fulfill the requirements of the buyer.
In Bruce's case the vendor just stopped shipping merchandise altogether.
Sean Basinzki of Urban Justice Center comments, "I don't understand why they are being asked for this sort of documentation, since street vendors are also small businessmen.
More importantly, however, taxpayers will be faced with an administrative nightmare of having to separate vendor allowances for cooperative advertising from other allowances or rebates that they must treat under the regulations as part of the cost of inventory.
Selection between Microsoft and J2EE vendors depends on existing infrastructure and IT skills -- not on application server features and functionality.