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requisition something for someone or something

to present an order or formal request for something for someone or some purpose. I will have to requisition a desk for you. You can't work an eight-hour day at a table. We will requisition catering for the office party.
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requisition something from someone or something

to send an order or formal request to someone or something for something. The general requisitioned food and bedding from the supply depot. We requisitioned a new bookcase from central supply.
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moonlight requisition

n. a nighttime theft. (see also liberate.) It took a moonlight requisition to get the medicine we needed.
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One such lesson is class VIII (medical materiel) requisition and distribution.
All three solutions are available without additional licence or maintenance fees to customers who have licensed and are paying maintenance for Lawson Employee Manager Self-Service (for Lawson Mobile Employee), Lawson Requisition Center (for Mobile Requisition) and Lawson Cloverleaf Global Monitor (for Cloverleaf Global Monitor Mobile).
THERE IS NO CREDIT FOR THE RETURN OF THIS MAJOR ITEM, AND YOU WILL NEED TO SUBMIT A NEW REQUISITION IN ORDER TO REPLACE IT.
Every year NFELC generates more than 20,000 requisitions for subordinate commands; the task to manage that [workload volume] and ensure correct receipt close-out is enormous," explained Cortez.
The need for improving the management of the requisition and intransit (both retrograde from a base to the depot, and the depot shipping to the base) processes is becoming more important as the Air Force implements Repair Network Transformation (RNT) (formerly Repair Enterprise for the 21st Century).
The module validates the need and produces the required supply requisitions, "pick list," box labels, and shipping data for the stock point.
The formula for computing an ACWT that represents both stocked and nonstocked item requisitions for a given customer is shown in the chart above.
PROS I generated over 173,000 requisitions with a material value over $1.
The general manager has oversight over each expenditures by approving requisitions before issuing purchase orders (POs).
This is because most purchasing departments are in the filling requisitions business.
Patent and Trademark Office has awarded it two new patents in the electronic procurement field covering aspects of "ad hoc" or "special item" requisitions.
However, requisitions are just one type of MILSTRIP document.
Malig covered all applications but concentrated on the capability of the OTS "file/text upload" feature since Weems is the person responsible for submitting all off-ship requisitions into the supply system.
If I receive requisitions from Army maintainers for DS level parts (SMR = PAFxx), I reject the requisitions.
The contractor argued that the liquidated damages provision should not be enforced because, among other things, (1) the liquidated damages constituted an improper penalty and (2) the owner's rights to claim such damages had been waived by virtue of the certifications of the contractor's requisitions for payment by the owner's architect in the period subsequent to the contract-mandated period.