Until two months ago, the World Food Program supplied at least nominal help to Dr. Hawa, providing corn for 500 families.
Thus, every radio tube must be supplied with two different voltages (A and B), and most will need three (A, B, and C).
Buzard, who knew that the Red Cross had supplied nearly a third of all material aid to Haiti, was dumbfounded.
The Mexican government announced it had decapitated the organization that supplied much of the heroin to Chicago.
At Queens College, she met Gerry Goffin, a charismatic chemistry major who supplied the lyrics to her chords and melodies.
This occupation, under the circumstances, supplied every kind of diversion.
In the case of doughnuts, this material is supplied as an ingredient.
They will have their wits again, and that very fat Stoobar will be supplied with powder.
"Ponce de Leon," supplied Dorcas Jane, proud that she could pronounce it.
But the technique of this second involution of reflection is not supplied by some new and unique entity.
late 14c., "to help, support, maintain," also "fill up, make up for," from Old French supplier "fill up, make full," from Latin supplere "fill up, complete," from sub "up from below" + plere "to fill" (see pleio-). The meaning "furnish, provide" first recorded 1520s. Related: Supplied; supplying.
early 15c., "assistance, relief," from supply (v.). Meaning "quantity or amount of something provided" is attested from c.1600. In the political economy sense (corollary of demand) it dates from 1776. Supply-side in reference to economic policy is attested from 1976. Supplies "provisions" is from c.1650.
The amount of any given commodity available for sale at a given time.