Supplies

Some articles on supplies:

Hunger Plan
... that was put in place to ensure that Germans were given priority in food supplies at the expense of the inhabitants of the German-occupied Soviet territories ... Germany itself was running low on food supplies, and the same problem faced the various territories occupied by Germany ... premise behind the Hunger Plan was that Germany was not self-sufficient in food supplies during the war, and to sustain the war it needed to obtain the food from conquered lands at any cost ...
Reborn Doll - Fabrication - Supplies
... thinning shears, cosmetic foam wedges, cotton dipped applicators, and glue These supplies may be purchased separately from a variety of retailers ...
Châteauroux-Déols Air Base - USAF Use - Sub Depots
... at Châteauroux, the 73rd Air Depot Wing operated several Sub-Depot facilities for supplies and equipment ... These were located at Bordeaux for clothing and medical supplies Niort(Chizé) for aircraft ammunition Metz for vehicles and construction supplies St ...
Circumflex Branch Of Left Coronary Artery - Structures Supplied
... The LCX supplies the posterolateral left ventricle and the anterolateral papillary muscle ... It also supplies the sinoatrial nodal artery in 38% of people ... It supplies 15-25% of the left ventricle in right-dominant systems ...
Agriculture In England - History - 1939 To 1945
... them see in the blackout, thus taking the pressure off other food supplies ... labour force fighting, pressure on food supplies worldwide increased throughout the war ... The Prime Minister suggested that if necessary, food supplies could take priority over supplies for the military, and considered the possibility of famine in the occupied ...

Famous quotes containing the word supplies:

    Europe’s the mayonnaise, but America supplies the good old lobster.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    The American Dream has run out of gas. The car has stopped. It no longer supplies the world with its images, its dreams, its fantasies. No more. It’s over. It supplies the world with its nightmares now: the Kennedy assassination, Watergate, Vietnam.
    —J.G. (James Graham)

    There were three classes of inhabitants who either frequent or inhabit the country which we had now entered: first, the loggers, who, for a part of the year, the winter and spring, are far the most numerous, but in the summer, except for a few explorers for timber, completely desert it; second, the few settlers I have named, the only permanent inhabitants, who live on the verge of it, and help raise supplies for the former; third, the hunters, mostly Indians, who range over it in their season.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)