logistics

[ loh-jis-tiks, luh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF logistics
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We had everything to learn, both North and South, in the matter of logistics.

Through it funneled the problems involved in the logistics of the thing.

It thus obtained some importance in the logistics of the war.

Yet, there was but one way to determine the logistics of his theory, he reasoned.

The movement was executed with the quiet precision characteristic of Johnston, unrivaled as a master of logistics.

Time did not improve Ermine's logistics concerning this girl; he wanted her, and he did not know in the least how to get her.

What naval experts call the "logistics" of the situation immediately ruled this idea out of consideration.

They both seem to rejoice at what has come to pass, and do not trouble themselves about the logistics of history.

In logistics, even as commander of the Army of the Potomac, he deserves high praise.

Logistics simply doesn't allow a greater number, not on such short notice.

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