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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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We assumed that ventilators can be stockpiled centrally by the Texas DSHS or locally by hospitals in Texas' 8 HSRs (online Technical Appendix Figure 1).
In addition to using more annually generated scrap tires in new applications, cleanup efforts of stockpiled scrap tires continue.
The head of the Union Rescue Mission in downtown Los Angeles asked anyone who stockpiled goods for Y2K to donate them to the homeless.
The Company expects to continue milling low-grade stockpiled ore through the first quarter 2006.
Within a few days, processing will begin on stockpiled ore from the Veta Madre at the 1522 Mine.
Additionally, state cleanup programs and effective regulations continue to reduce stockpiled scrap tires despite an increasing vehicle population on the nation's roads over the past decade.
Mining has already commenced and silver-lead-zinc mineralization is being stockpiled for processing.
Another feature of the report is an estimate of the volume of stockpiled scrap tires, based on a survey of all 50 states.
Hecla still plans to mill the stockpiled ore and expects to achieve its production and financial goals.
For over 400,000 of the eligible first responders who refused or were ineligible for the currently stockpiled vaccine, the INCELL vaccine is also expected to be the "vaccine of choice.
Army to dramatically improve the management of all of its ammunition inventory -- from bullets to bombs -- stockpiled at huge storage depots throughout the United States.
Despite this limitation, potassium iodide has been stockpiled broadly for years in Europe and Japan for civilians living within close proximity of nuclear power plants, and the U.
With growing tensions concerning nuclear threats and the fact that Japan currently uses 54 nuclear reactors supplying 34% of the country's electricity, a cost-effective radioprotectant that might be stockpiled widely could have significant market potential.
INCELL's vaccine will provide additional immune protection while eliminating side effects of the current stockpiled vaccine and immunization methods.
In addition, during the second quarter, 14,015 ounces were stockpiled for later processing in the form of refractory flotation concentrates while the autoclave circuit was shutdown.