What is supplying?

  • (noun): The activity of supplying or providing something.
    Synonyms: provision, supply

Some articles on supplying:

Mataura - Electricity Supply
... it had surplus generation capacity the freezing works had since 1905 been supplying electricity to the nearby town of Gore, while due to the town’s financial situation Mataura residents were ... it became impossible for the freezing works to continue supplying the town ... Board, which took over responsibility for supplying the town from its distribution network ...
Open Doors - Current Work
... Running Bible-based literacy courses Supplying equipment and vocational training to help widows, families of prisoners of conscience, the displaced, and ...
Winford, Isle Of Wight
... The pipes supplying Winford with water are being replaced as part of a massive upgrading of the infrastructure supplying water to the Isle of Wight ... In addition, two huge pipes supplying the Isle of Wight with water from the mainland of England are being replaced, and water pipelines are being extended in the south of the Island ...
Dyesol - Subsidiaries and Partnerships
... Manufacturing/Meerkat ( Manufacturing facilities for use by Dyesol partners ) Merck KGaA ( Supplying electrolytes, ionic liquids and research for use by Dyesol partners ) Umicore ( Supplying dyes and ...
Anthony Roll - Author and Artist
... of overseer of the Ordnance Office, the government body responsible for supplying the armed forces with artillery, and it was in this position that he compiled his Roll ... He continued the work of supplying arms to English forces, and was active in the last month of his life supplying guns for an expedition against Le Havre ...

Famous quotes containing the word supplying:

    One farmer says to me, “You cannot live on vegetable food solely, for it furnishes nothing to make bones with;” and so he religiously devotes a part of his day to supplying his system with the raw material of bones; walking all the while he talks behind his oxen, which, with vegetable-made bones, jerk him and his lumbering plow along in spite of every obstacle.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)