The five men, their Land Rover, and their supplies were loaded into the gigantic military aircraft.
He supplies a vivid picture of a tyrannical state that eradicated political opposition with chilling efficiency.
The credits relieved the sailors and owners of tariffs, essentially tax payments they had to make on supplies for the fishery.
The “supplies for changing appearance” was also a line that the Russians found amusing.
Relief workers in Iwate Prefecture, near the quake's ground zero, say they have just 10 percent of the supplies they need.
The surplus ammunition and supplies were on board these transports.
The refusal of supplies by the Commons hastened the king's resolve.
Another rough frame shed of about the same size is needed for the storage of tools, oils and supplies.
Several boats laden with supplies bound from Frontenac to Niagara were lost in tempests on the lake.
All along as he went he fell in with traders loaded with supplies for the use of the Armada.
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.