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Meanings and phrases
- an urgent or peremptory request
- the ability and desire to purchase goods and services
- required activity; requirement
- the act of demanding
- a condition requiring relief; need
- request urgently and forcefully
- require as useful, just, or proper; necessitate; ask; postulate; need; require; take; involve; call for
- claim as due or just; exact
- lay legal claim to
- summon to court
- ask to be informed of
- a bank deposit from which withdrawals can be made without notice
- feeding a baby or animal whenever it shows a need
- a loan that is repayable on demand; call loan
- a note payable on demand
- greatly desired; coveted; desired; sought after
- Sugar during the 19th century was of high demand.
- Extra dates were added in Melbourne and Sydney due to high demand.
- Long Way, however, was unable to meet the high demand for the ball.
- It was also released through video on demand.
- It was released via video on demand in 2019.
- It became available through video on demand the same day.
- As a result, there was an increased demand for paper.
- This resulted in increased demand for forward control trucks.
- In 1999 it reopened to cater for increased demand in the area.
- to cater the growing demand of quality alloys in Southeast Asia.
- During this time, secondary provision expanded and adjusted to growing demand.
- It was planned from the start for future expansion in steps to meet growing demand.
- The price paid for your products is set by a global supply and demand system.
- The imbalance of supply and demand is thus making these skills even more valuable.
- This method of analysis is known as partial-equilibrium analysis (supply and demand).
- Additions were added to the south in 1902 and 1923 to meet increasing demand.
- With increasing demand EKA-knivar continually made improvements to production methods.
- by the German writer Martin Walser, express an increasing demand for a strictly text-based view.
- Ultimately driven from his district by popular demand.
- Due to popular demand, a fifth city (Nanchang) was added.
- Even so, Blarney reappeared after a few weeks, by popular demand.
- The formula grew to be in great demand in the area.
- In most of these she was in great demand at music festivals.
- Consequently, the Sloan liniment formula was in great demand.
- It was extended in 2007 to meet the demand by the growing cruise tourism.
- Children worked in factories to meet the demand for labour and contribute to family income.
- At his request, a local machine shop fabricated a number of these hoists to meet the demand.
- In both systems, the central bank supplies reserves to meet demand.
- It has been noted that this measure will not meet demand in the sector.
- He also put in ball fields, and a shed for 150 horses, which was too small to meet demand.
- The consumer demand was for a million cans of baby food every week.
- To measure an animals motivation toward a choice one may perform a "consumer demand test."
- Without consumer demand, producers would lack one of the key motivations to produce: to sell to consumers.
- But in 2005, the catechism was stopped by the school due to public demand.
- The ensuing media coverage resulted in overwhelming public demand for the bill.
- According to the M-G-M "Campaign Book,” it was brought back "by public demand."
- It does not explicitly address market demand.
- While market demand was 36,000 in 1977 by 1981 it had declined to 14,440.
- Such perceptions may result in limited use and market demand for vulture species.
- In 2009 DEI supplied for 85.6% of all energy demand in Greece, while the number fell to 77.3% in 2010.
- In 2009 DEI supplied for 85.6% of all electric energy demand in Greece, while the number fell to 77.3% in 2010.
- FortZED relied upon energy demand management techniques to encourage use of energy at the most efficient times.
- He was much in demand for live performances and made a number of records.
- He was an excellent amateur auctioneer, much in demand for charity fundraisers.
- Most of these goods were very much in demand by the Chinese merchants in Singapore.
- These stations can run above 85% PLF if there is adequate electricity demand.
- It is estimated that electricity demand in the country is growing at about 3 percent annually.
- If this goal is to be reached it would be the biggest contributor to Chinese electricity demand.
- As is customary with most train services in India, Coach Composition may be amended at the discretion of Indian Railways depending on demand.
- Traffic is managed to flow either bidirectionally (uphill on one carriageway and downhill on the other) or unidirectionally (uphill or downhill on both carriageways), depending on demand.
- The western approach of the tunnel features a sharp curve which causes lengthy traffic backups in each direction depending on demand, and is part of the impetus to study a replacement for the tunnel.
- France's peak demand occurs during the winter, and in 2007 was 88,960 GW.
- Electricity networks are built based on peak demand (another name is peak load).
- The peak demand is increasing every year while the load shedding has reduced tremendously.
- Governments increase spending and cut taxes to boost aggregate demand.
- This did not cause a deficiency in aggregate demand but in aggregate supply.
- Tax cuts allow consumers to increase their spending, which boosts aggregate demand.
- All of this increase in demand led to a rise in price.
- The diagram on the right shows the effects of an increase in demand in the short run.
- During the 1990s the school almost trebled in size and building developments reflected this increase in demand.
- All formats of Pro 800Z were discontinued in 2009/10 due to low demand.
- For those with low demand, cast and splint can be applied for two weeks.
- During times of low demand, excess power can be stored in batteries for future use.
- Like with supply curves, economists distinguish between the demand curve of an individual and the market demand curve.
- While the aforementioned demand curve is generally downward-sloping, there may be rare examples of goods that have upward-sloping demand curves.
- The economy is driven by strong domestic demand.
- This satisfies domestic demand for most petroleum products.
- The country's economic production is dominated by its strong domestic demand.
- They were selling extremely well and there was a constant demand for more.
- To drive demand for more power, Meralco also opened a retail store in order to sell electric home appliances.
- However, the council's increasing demand for more housing estates led to a lesser focus over quality of design.
- Due to a lack of demand it is unlikely these will be constructed.
- After only two years, however, the line was discontinued due to "lack of demand".
- Freight operations continued until February 1960, when it was also abandoned due to lack of demand.
- Students led with a strong demand.
- Tandy was surprised at the strong demand for the TRS-80 Model I from business purchasers.
- Guitar Hero spokesman Eric Hollreiser said consumer research showed continued strong demand for the various versions.
- He was quoted as saying, "We do not demand restitution for fascists or war criminals.
- Baghdasaryan said that the attack was unprovoked and that the assailants did not demand anything particular from him.
- As the argument goes, "the manly thing is to hold one's ground and hence society should not demand what smacks of cowardice."
- The network began offering a video on demand service in February 2012.
- DC Universe is a video on demand service operated by DC Entertainment.
- All 4 is a video on demand service from Channel 4, launched in November 2006 as 4oD.
- Due to huge demand, the show has been rerun on the same network since 12 May 2016.
- There was huge demand for the film copies from various theater managers in the country.
- In 2010 the butter pie made a return to Preston North End's Deepdale stadium after the huge demand for the pie.
- The demand for new office space to hold America's expanding workforce of white-collar staff continued to grow.
- It was designed to meet the expected growth in demand for new aero engines for civil and military applications.
- Soon several British film companies had opened to meet the demand for new films, such as Mitchell and Kenyon in Blackburn.
- The organic matter is measured as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD).
- In general organic nitrates decrease oxygen demand and increase oxygen supply.
- These caused better washing, reduced biological oxygen demand (BOD) in effluent and reduced deposits.
- Later, and due to the rising demand the plant was enlarged, coming its staff to 1,500 people.
- In 2016 she doubled the cohort of Data Lab sponsored Master course spaces to meet the rising demand in big data.
- In the face of rising demand for a border station between Bavaria and Saxony, the old station rapidly proved inadequate.