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Definition of Nonavailability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Nonavailability
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1. Qdr 2001: Strategy-Driven Choices for America's Security by Michele A. Flournoy (2001)
"... there are no nonavailability issues, and no substitution is required (replacement of a required force element with another of functionally similar ..."
2. Defense Health Care: Dod Could Improve Its Beneficiary Feedback Approaches by Stephen P. Backhus, DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"When a beneficiary needs medical care that cannot be provided at an MTF, the facility can complete a "nonavailability statement" certifying that the ..."
3. Proceedings of the Annual Conference by Indiana Science Teachers' Association, American Society of University Composers (1906)
"... that they represent the arresting of a process which implies change; and second their nonavailability in great variety. But to return to the map work. ..."
4. Capital (1888)
"... dissension among partners, lack of owners' contribution, delay in the execution of projects, nonavailability of essential raw materials, and technical ..."