provision Exemples


    Examples of provision in a Sentence

  • Exemples de provision
    1. a statutable provision or remedy
    2. We have provision sufficient for the family
    3. So my great-uncle, who were bosin, made an observation, and says he, 'There's just ten days' provision for seven men, and we're twenty days to looard of Silly Bes (Celebes), if we only row ten miles a day.
    4. Where no provision under this Act is applicable, the case shall be decided in accordance with the customary practices. ‎
    5. A citator will tell you the history and treatment of a case or of a statute or constitutional provision.
    6. The airline got a clawback provision in the event of failure of the engines to meet fuel-consumption targets.
    7. Some provision should be made for the truly suffering poor, and also for our present students of dentistry to learn something about dental surgery before commencing a profession which has almost become a science.
    8. The provision of extra staff eased their workload.
    9. The provision would funnel an additional $91 billion over 10 years to the heirs of megafortunes, money that would otherwise have been paid in federal taxes or donated to charity.
  • Exemples de provisions
    1. the assize of bread and other provisions
    2. The most important of these [secondary containment] provisions are bunds, which are enclosures capable of holding liquids that may escape from the vessels and pipes within the bund wall. — Second progress report on the Buncefield investigation [1]
    3. to furnish a family with provisions;  to furnish the mind with ideas
    4. a hoard of provisions; a hoard of money
    5. Their boats, loaded with six months’ provisions and a petrary for shooting crucifixes, were stowed aboard.
    6. the prefect of the aqueducts; the prefect of a camp, of a fleet, of the city guard, or of provisions; the pretorian prefect, who was commander of the troops guarding the emperor's person
    7. An arrest shall be made in accordance with the provisions of this Act.
    8. The tragedy is that the compromise bill was written to bring these restrictionists along, with punitive, detestable provisions that many supporters of comprehensive reform agreed to endorse for the sake of a “grand bargain.”
Liens Connexes:
  1. en provisions
  2. fr provisions
  3. fr provision
  4. en provisional
  5. en provisionally
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