Provision may refer to:
- Provision (musical group), a Darkpop / Synthpop band from Houston, Texas, USA
- Provision (accounting), a term for liability in accounting
- Provision (contracting), a term for a procurement condition
- Provision (album), an album by Scritti Politti
- Provisioning (disambiguation)
Other articles related to "provision":
... The provision of oral, enteral or parenteral nutrients to treat or prevent malnutrition ... This includes, but is not limited to, provision of total enteral or parenteral nutrition support and provision of therapeutic nutrients to maintain or restore optimal nutrition status and health ...
... couple's relationship, one party can ask the court to make an order for financial provision in certain circumstances similar to divorce and dissolution cases ... An application for financial provision must be made to the court within one year from when the couple ceased to cohabit ...
... The provision is designed to protect the intellectual property rights of constituents of member nations ... The provision encourages EU Member States to facilitate cooperation between their respective customs agencies in preventing IP infringement ... It supersedes Customs Regulation 3295/94, with the new provision having taken effect (and the former provision expiring) on July 1, 2004 ...
... Chinese universities began to implement liberal curricula between the 1920s and 1940s, but shifted to specialized education upon the establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949 ... Higher education reform in the 1990s returned to liberal education ...
Famous quotes containing the word provision:
“Why should the generations overlap one another at all? Why cannot we be buried as eggs in neat little cells with ten or twenty thousand pounds each wrapped round us in Bank of England notes, and wake up, as the Sphinx wasp does, to find that its papa and mamma have not only left ample provision at its elbow but have been eaten by sparrows some weeks before we began to live consciously on our own accounts?”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“On every formal visit a child ought to be of the party, by way of provision for discourse.”
—Jane Austen (17751817)
“When ... I comprehended that poetry had no provision in it for ultimate practical attainment of the rightness of work that is truth, but led on ever only to a temporizing less- than-truth ... I stopped.”