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Synonyms for request

to endeavor to obtain (something) by expressing one's needs or desires

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Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: 26/09/2016 4:00 p.
Buallay stated that the number of requests and complaints that the communications team responded to within only 10 days from the date of reception, or less, amounted to 221 requests and complaints out of the total number of requests, with an average of 4 requests per day, that is a percentage of 65.
Allen's requests have cost taxpayers more than $35,000 in the 500 hours clerks and lawyers have spent during the past year fulfilling them, City Attorney Scott Howard said.
Issues for which a request for competent authority assistance has been filed under Rev.
Thus, the cost-shifting lessons of Zubulake could offer significant insights as courts consider nonparties' cost-shifting requests in the e-discovery context.
With increased tax enforcement efforts, a FOIA request may hit the informational jackpot in terms of learning why a government examiner didn't rule in your client's favor.
5 million in municipal government payments through fraudulent requests and representations.
IF YOU WANT A FOOD SERVICE TO SERVE MORE vegetarian options, you need to understand how a professional kitchen works and the decision0making process for special diet requests.
The number of loan origination requests reviewed by Cambridge Realty Capital Companies spiked sharply in October, with more than twice the number of requests reviewed than during the same month last year.
SUBJECT: Requirement for Electronic Submission of Payment Requests (DFARS 252.
The MODERN CASTING advertisers' index can expedite your requests to suppliers so that you can obtain your information in an even more timely fashion.
John Cornyn (R-Texas) have joined to crack down on government offices that ignore public requests for information and to widen the public's access to government documents.
Evidence of this state of affairs can be found in the recent report The Price Reduction Requests of Selected European Automobile Manufacturers by Hans-Andreas Fein & Associates and IRN Inc.
The funds would go to high-impact projects that could show results in the short-term or complete programs funded in prior supplemental requests.
Welch does not have a problem with these requests, but what bothers him is the fact that "bump-ups" require investigations, which can take anywhere from a couple of months to a year.