procurement budgets for weapon systems and operational-cost accounts are separated by a near-unbreachable wall.
Junk leaves no room for family, jobs, or relationships other than those organized around the procurement and enjoyment of junk.
And procurement of body-scanning machines could stop, since TSA already has more than they need for secondary screening.
The Intrepid people brooked no government interference in procurement or construction.
At Pentagon procurement prices, the cost of switching the stationery alone would be astronomical.
Accessibility to such chemicals and procurement of such chemicals usually lead to a search.
As he utterly failed to sleep, he employed the silent hours of midnight to hatch a scheme for the procurement of future provender.
It is not used when the procurement of permanent service is spoken of.
When the adultery was committed by the procurement, connivance, privity or consent of plaintiff.
These preparations included the procurement of a permit from the Treasury agent at Natchez, a task of no small magnitude.
c.1300, "use of improper influence," from Old French procurement "management, stewardship" (13c.), from procurer (see procure). Meaning "process of bringing something about" (by the action of another) is from c.1400. Military use by 1949, American English.