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quick response

noun
1.
(marketing) the rapid replenishment of a customer's stock by a supplier with direct access to data from the customer's point of sale
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  • "If you are not afraid of rats you had better look," was Rosamund's quick response.

    A Modern Tomboy L. T. Meade
  • We want to thank you for your quick response to our signals.

    The Black Star Passes John W Campbell
  • “We do not know just how much college may mean to her,” was her quick response.

    Grace Harlowe's Problem Jessie Graham Flower
  • "Then, to please me, come to the inn stable," was Ezra's quick response.

    Christmas Light Ethel Calvert Phillips
  • A chorus of hearty affirmative answers, was the quick response.

    On the Indian Trail Egerton Ryerson Young

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