requisition to (do something)

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requisition to (do something)

1. noun A formal order, request, or demand to do something. The military issued a requisition to authorize the use of deadly force in the region. I submitted a number of requisitions to have my funding increased.
2. verb To formally order, request, or demand for someone or some group to do something. A noun or pronoun is used between "requisition" and "to." We are requisitioning the government to provide more emergency workers to the regions affected by the hurricanes. I requisitioned the company to cover the expenses I incurred during my time abroad.
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The present Congress can make requisitions to any amount they please, and the States are constitutionally bound to furnish them; they can emit bills of credit as long as they will pay for the paper; they can borrow, both abroad and at home, as long as a shilling will be lent.
In order to accomplish the update and print task, the total requisitions to print was added in cell H22 using the COUNTA function: =COUNTA(H5:H21).
A simple way is now provided for originators of supplementary address requisitions to load them into the OTS MLD for visibility by their customer commands.
Nor would the owner's own conduct in certifying the legitimacy of the contractor's requisitions to the owner's lender preclude the owner from also claiming damages against the contractor, according to the Hunts Point court.
The requested solution is to eliminate the backorder policy reflected in Chapter 8 of the Security Assistance Management Manual, which restricts sales from stock on non-CLSSA requisitions to items whose on-hand level is above the reorder point.
If Justice Stevens meant to discount the significance of requisitions for Tenth Amendment purposes--and we are not sure he meant to--he was wrong: he ignored the potential for requisitions to overwhelm state administrative systems and to affect state priorities.
The services' systems send requisitions to DAASC, where edits and validations are done before the requisitions are sent into the Department of Defense logistics "pipeline." At that time.