procurement

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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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This increase in the number of lawsuits derived from the outcomes of clinical practice creates significant uncertainty for the practitioners, many times ignorant of the legal criteria that will be applied in assessing the skilfulness or lack thereof in the performance of their actions.
In sum, the main point is not that conventional legal criteria are
The election commission later disqualified Sulaiman, along with nine other hopefuls, for failing to meet the legal criteria to compete in the polls.
More importantly, he noted that the people will not be satisfied with the work of the courts unless judges adequately explain and justify their decisions, and that their rulings not only satisfy formal legal criteria, but also not conflict with the requirements of natural law.
Taking to the street amid the ritual burning of tires, protesters exclaimed as to why and, under what legal criteria Mossad agent Fayez Karam gets released while their Islamist relatives continue to languish in prison without trial ?
There will also be a Gulfood Workshop on franchising, offering advice from experts on feasibility issues, financial and legal criteria, and differentiation between local and international markets.
This will lead to the drafting of a code of conduct for police work that would include details on how a policeman should perform his duties according to international and local legal criteria and rules.
The 1933 Montevideo Convention set out the legal criteria for establishing a state: a permanent population, territory defined by permanent borders, effective government and ability to manage its own affairs.
Citing an article of the Political Parties Law, a statement endorsing the Umma (nation) Party said founders should submit a formal application within a six-month period after all legal criteria had been met, "otherwise, the approval would be revoked.
Yet, in a 73-page report, Leslie Blohm QC found that their testimony did not meet the legal criteria for registering the land as a village green - as he said it did not show they had used the parkland "as of right", without the permission of the landowner, for more than 20 years.
He wrote to Clinton: " WikiLeaks appears to meet the legal criteria of a US- designated terrorist organisationC* WikiLeaks presents a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States.
Further, we did not attempt to determine whether the firms listed in this report meet the legal criteria specified in ISA, as amended by CISADA, and we did not attempt to determine whether reported transactions were conducted on or after July 1, 2010--the date of enactment of CISADA.