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noun as in obtaining

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“For two weeks, we saw on national TV that Santa Claus had landed in Maryland, and you had procured 500,000 tests with the administration to save our lives,” Pinsky said.

“We’ve procured very flexible agreements, as opposed to slapping a one, two year deal down”Hoy said Revcontent’s goal is to help publishers improve their revenue situation, and that the starting point is building trust.

From Digiday

Congress has distributed nearly a billion dollars to states to protect voting systems and procure paper trails — that can be audited — for each vote.

From Fortune

“There have been waves of spottiness in supply, and we’ve gone through waves of different items being difficult to procure,” Drucker says.

From Fortune

They may start to wonder, for example, if they will be able to procure a replacement part if their Huawei phone breaks, Shah said.

From Fortune

Quality drugs and medical supplies are always in short supply and procuring them is a major source of corruption.

The two (still allegedly) sold more than $1 million in Bitcoin to users for drug-procuring purposes.

Second, he prioritized procuring equipment that would help minimize the threat of roadside bombs.

We found, however, no difficulty in procuring more, some of which weighed four hundredweight.

Indeed, any fraud of the insured in procuring the policy has the effect of voiding it if the insurer chooses to do so.

He went upstairs to his room in this morose state and, procuring a revolver, after a short time came down and shot at his sister.

We experienced little difficulty in procuring food for man and horse.

When they fail in procuring animal food, they subsist on roots and fruits.


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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to procuring, such as: acquiring, gaining, acquisition, addition, and procurement.

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