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furnish (someone or something) with (something)

To give something to someone or something; to supply someone or something with something. Is the company going to furnish you with an apartment, or are you supposed to find one on your own? Don't worry, the finance department is going to furnish us with the budget projections for our project.
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furnish (something) for (someone or something)

To give something to someone or something; to supply someone or something with something. Is the company going to furnish an apartment for you, or are you supposed to find one on your own? Don't worry, the finance department is going to furnish the budget projections for our project.
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furnish something for someone or something

 and furnish someone or something with something
to provide something for someone or a group. I would be happy to furnish dinner for the visitors. I furnished the board of directors with the information.
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furnish something for something

to provide something to be used as something. Could you furnish the salad for our picnic? We can't furnish enough glassware for the whole party.
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In a post next to the photograph, Sir Elton says he and Furnish "will be posting special moments from our big day".
Experience: Furnish was instrumental in the 2007 reorganization of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences at Youngstown State, which is today composed of nine departments and nine interdisciplinary centers and programs.
He and Furnish insist they don't know which one of them is Zach's biological father and said "we both contributed" to the process.
Generally, you can expect a property that is described as fully furnished to include all of the main fixtures and fittings, furniture, white goods, plus standard crockery, cutlery, pots and pans etc.
The fourth Mexican mill that accepts secondary fiber is in the Mexican state of Oaxaca and has two paper machines: a newsprint machine that is fed with ONP and rolls and a kraft grocery bag machine that accepts the DLK grade as part of its furnish.
Machine and furnish variables are also considered, particularly the in-going moisture content, grammage, pressing pressure, and machine speed.
The FACT Act provides that if any financial institution (1) extends credit and regularly and in the ordinary course of business furnishes information to a nationwide consumer reporting agency; and (2) furnishes negative information to such an agency regarding credit extended to a customer, the institution must provide a clear and conspicuous notice about furnishing negative information, in writing, to the customer.
By utilizing this knowledge, it was conceived that appreciable gains in dimensional stability could be attained by using treated furnish for specific layers within a panel.
But while Elton is a vindaloo man, Furnish prefers a little korma "to put out our passionate fire".
When Jim Furnish became supervisor of Oregon's Siuslaw National Forest in 1992, he stepped straight into the eye of a political storm.
Directed by David Furnish (Cinemax, premieres September 3, check local listings)
Another important issue under Stark I and 11 is whether a physician who has a financial relationship with one entity in a corporate family that does not furnish clinical laboratory or other designated health services would be precluded from referring patients to that entity's sister/brother subsidiary that furnishes designated health services.
Actress Elizabeth Hurley was among the first to offer her best wishes to the singer and his civil partner David Furnish, whose son Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John was born in California to a surrogate.