a formidable task or requirement
- If your prices are competitive, we will place a large order.
- I took care to make the letters large and be generous with character and line spacing in order for it to be easy to read for the elderly and those who have problems with their sight.
- The ECB may impose a maximum bid limit in order to prevent disproportionately large bids.
- Minimum size of order qualifying as large in scale compared with normal market size
- It has to import large quantities of such products in order to satisfy its needs.
- Sublot: designated part of a large lot in order to apply the sampling method on that designated part.
- ‘sublot’ designated part of a large lot in order to apply the sampling method on that designated part.
- In order to finance the large initial payment, PSE and/or its subsidiary will securitize revenue from the levy.
- large scale registered hydro-electric, as defined in the Renewables Obligation Order 2002, generating capacity in the United Kingdom,
- The Eurosystem may impose maximum bid limits in order to avoid disproportionately large bids from individual counterparties.
- Thus the share of La Poste’s business which is subject to the price cap is large, and the charges for reserved services are set by ministerial order.
- In order to keep NR in business since September 2007 and to facilitate the split-up, a large amount of aid has been and will be necessary.
- The minimum bid amount is applied to each individual interest rate level. The ECB may impose a maximum bid limit in order to prevent disproportionately large bids.
- Asset components must be put up for sale separately or in a large number of small bundles defined in order to maximise the sale.
- There was also a necessity to increase the capacity for military production, given the large order book and expected future increase of this sector.