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Synonyms for stockpile

Synonyms for stockpile

to accumulate and set aside for future use

to store up (supplies or money), usually well beyond one's needs

Synonyms for stockpile

something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose

a storage pile accumulated for future use

have on hand

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For example, if we specify the risk tolerance to be an EUD of at most 5 patients, then the recommended stockpile is 272 ventilators, including a central stockpile of 12.
New patent-pending Base and Sur face Confidence Scores in stockpile measurement reports.
For the first time, our supervisors and managers have a tool to quickly, inexpensively and accurately measure stockpile tonnage at the end of the month or even at the end of their shifts," affirms John DeLong, president of Knife River's Hawaiian Cement business.
Regional Director Leonardo Sibbaluca of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), regional office 8, based in Tacloban City, said his office has issued a memorandum recommending the disposition of the nickel ore stockpiles.
The quarterly report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) last week showed the 20 percent stockpile is now at 161 kilos, down from the record high three months ago of 196 kilos.
Surface resources at Ellendale consist of ROM stockpiles at E9 and E4, low grade stockpiles at E9 and E4 and lites stockpiles at E9.
It says 100 percent of the declared chemical weapons stockpiles have been inventoried and verified.
According to the Telegraph, a former rebel who belonged to a special anti-chemical weapons unit has claimed that stockpiles were carefully watched from the start of the conflict, while a captured Gaddafi commander said that the threat of attack from the skies meant the dictator's security forces were unable to get to their own stockpiles.
Miller, a former nuclear weapons delivery pilot and participant in the development of some of the nation's strategic nuclear plans, tells the story behind the US stockpile of about 10,000 strategic nuclear weapons that was created during the Cold War.
million dollars worth of military equipment to its emergency stockpile in Israel by 2012.
No-one suggests that we should stockpile seized drugs or weapons to sell for profit, and the same principle should apply to ivory.
Summary: The United Arab Emirates plan to build a three-month food stockpile to cushion against supply disruptions may impact supplies to Iran, an Iranian official said on Thursday.
As reported on BBC news, the Scottish Government advice is clear - they do not encourage anyone to stockpile Tamiflu.
South Korea's emergency crude oil stockpile fell nearly 2m barrels to 25.
The biannual campaign is also designed to encourage Americans who don't have an emergency stockpile to create one.