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joint supply

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Nerve supply of big joints

WOOD, Malcolm David (born 1953), Director General Joint Supply Chain, Defence Equipment and Support (formerly Director General Logistics (Supply Chain), Defence Logistics Organisation), 2003–08

CHEAPE, Hugh Annesley Gray- (1878 - 1918), JP Co. Worcester; Commissioner of Supply for Forfarshire; joint-master and huntsman of the Berwickshire Foxhounds

COOPER, Colin (1892 - 1938), Director of National Provincial Bank, Ltd; The International Tea Company’s Stores, Ltd (Vice-Chairman and Joint Managing Director); Crompton Parkinson, Ltd; F. W. Essex & Son, Ltd; George J. Mason Ltd (Chairman); I. T. S. Properties Development Co., Ltd; Kearley & Touge, Ltd (Vice-Chairman); Metropolitan Transport Supply Co., Ltd (Chairman); Percival Aircraft Ltd (Chairman)

GREENLY, John Henry Maitland (1885 - 1950), Chairman, since 1937 and Director, since 1929, Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd; Director: Power Securities Corp., Ltd, Cape Asbestos Co., Ltd, Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd; Chairman, British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 1937–49; Member of Advisory Council to Committee of Privy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1937–43; Member, Industrial Advisory Panel to Air Ministry, 1938–39; Chairman, Prime Minister’s Advisory Panel of Industrialists on Rearmament, 1938–39; Controller-General, British Supply Board in Canada and USA, 1939–40; Deputy Chairman and Administrator, Fire Prevention Executive, 1941–45; Member, National Advisory Council for Fire Prevention, 1941–45; Vice-Chairman, Fire Prevention (Operational) Committee, 1941–45; Member, Fuel Research Board, 1942–47; President, Institute of Metals, 1942–44. Past President (1938–41) and Fellow, Institute of Fuel; Chairman, Coal-Burning Appliances Joint Consultative Board, 1936; Member of Council, British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 1938–46; Member, Provisional General Purposes Committee, Coal Utilisation Joint Council, 1939–46; Member, Fuel and Power Advisory Council, 1944–46; Member of Council, British Welding Research Association, 1946–50

 

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The supply of two or more separate commodities that are produced by the same process; examples include milk and butter, wool and mutton, and petrol and heavy oil. If the demand for one increases, the supply of the other will also increase, but its price will fall unless its demand also increases.

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