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  • However, these provisions did not have as much effect as those described above.
  • In most countries the state plays some role in the provision of health care.
  • Medical provision in this part of town, being more recently developed, is limited.
  • These provisions are still in force but are now mostly spent.
  • Provisions no longer flow in for the support of the mother with a large family.
  • No, he must go and do the provisioning alone, and alone he went. Cited from The Way of the Wild, by F. St. Mars
  • The measures also included a provision making English the official language of the city.
  • Similar provisions for coverage exist in most countries worldwide through national health care programs.
  • Each time they were trying a break-in in order to get provisioned with food.
  • Stores and provisions were sent out to them by the British government.
  • Rights were also protected by a number of provisions contained in other articles.
  • Instead they proposed over-provisioning of capacity as more cost-effective at the time.
  • She made provisions for the three kingdoms in the event of her death.
  • To date, this provision has not been placed into effect.
  • While there is provision for calling one, no federal constitutional convention has been called.
  • Still no provision was made, though, for the healthy man simply unable to find work.
  • No state has left and there are no provisions to do so or to be expelled.
  • Quite a population followed and the matter of provisioning it became serious. Cited from A Backward Glance at Eighty, by Charles A. Murdock
  • The whole provisioning is built on top of a defined set of simple operations.
  • They were largely experienced troops, in good spirit, well prepared and well provisioned.
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Meaning of provision

  • noun A stipulated condition
    he accepted subject to one provision
  • noun The activity of supplying or providing something
  • noun A store or supply of something (especially of food or clothing or arms)
  • verb Supply with provisions