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- adj. Relating to logistics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as logistic.
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- adj. of or relating to logistics
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Shortening the pilot increases risk significantly and often results in logistical and compatibility problems during deployment, which makes the project look less successful to the users.
Obviously the Cheney wing is trying to get “under their skin” and provoke some kind of problem that will give Halliburton another 100 billion in logistical supply contracts.
BP has declined to comment on its long-term logistical plans.
Bank officials say any moves toward greater acceptance of precious metals in the mainstream financial system would entail logistical hassles.
The airlifts were due to begin Tuesday but were delayed by what the WFP described as logistical problems in Kenya.
SIERRA: Well, we prepare for these -- with the incident by calling our logistical (ph) division, that they bring extra equipment.
This particular location we are is called a logistical supply area, full of helicopters off to my right.
It was delayed a second time for what Afghan officials described as logistical reasons, but critics have suggested that planning was complicated by a separate dispute between Karzai and some members of parliament over his failure to nominate a full cabinet.
The Riley County Police Department is using temporary cots to house inmates in what Lt. Travis Freidline calls a logistical nightmare.
He called the logistical unknowns "crucial questions" and said that as of Christmas Eve, even U.S.