Request may refer to the act of a polite demand for something.
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... Request may refer to the act of a polite demand for something ... Request may also refer to a question, a request for information a petition, a formal document demanding something that is submitted to an authority in computer science, a message sent ...
... A change request is a document containing a call for an adjustment of a system it is of great importance in the change management process ... A change request is declarative, i.e ... Important elements of a change request are an ID, the customer (ID), the deadline (if applicable), an indication whether the change is required or optional, the ...
... of the family include EOI - expression of interest ITT - invitation to tender RFA - request for applications RFD - request for documentation RFI - request ...
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... Request is the second album by South African Gothic rock band The Awakening released during April 1998 ... Taking a step towards the New Romantic sound, Request brought the band more exposure and club rotation with three singles as well as their first music video for "Rain." ...
More definitions of "request":
- (noun): The verbal act of requesting.
- (verb): Ask (a person) to do something.
Example: "She asked him to be here at noon"; "I requested that she type the entire manuscript"
- (verb): Inquire for (information).
Example: "I requested information from the secretary"
Famous quotes containing the word request:
“Were all the worshippers of the gold calf to memorialize me and request a restoration of the deposits I would cut my right hand from my body before I would do such an act. The gold calf may be worshipped by others but as for myself I serve the Lord.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)
“Mr. Roosevelt, this is my principal requestit is almost the last request I shall ever make of anybody. Before you leave the presidential chair, recommend Congress to submit to the Legislatures a Constitutional Amendment which will enfranchise women, and thus take your place in history with Lincoln, the great emancipator. I beg of you not to close your term of office without doing this.”
—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)