Definitions for "Supplies"
All personal property excluding equipment and intangible property, as defined in this glossary.
the US distinguishes Class I supplies (subsistance), Class II (clothing, tentage, individual tools), Class III (POL), Class IV (construction), Class V (ammo), Class VI (equipment of troops), Class VII (tanks, artillery, trucks, planes), Class VIII (medical supplies), Class IX (parts and assemblies), Class X (non-military programme supplies)
all personal property including but not limited to equipment, materials, printing, insurance and leases of real property.
Keywords:  gat, rmw, notebooks, pens, needed
All property, other than land or interest in land, needed for a project. [D03699] RMW All property except land or interest in land. [D03578] GAT
What is needed for a class, such as notebooks, pens, binders and so on.
consumable items with no measurable life and costs of less than $2000.
Assets consumed in the course of an agency's operations.
Major consumable supplies consist of Developer, Drum, Fuser Rollers, Toners, and Papers. These five supplies contributes to the total cost per copy.
The conditioned air is distributed throughout the home using a system of rigid and flexible duct, collectively referred to as ductwork. Ductwork is a circulatory system that uses supplies to feed air into a room and returns to complete the circuit back to the air handler. Adequate and properly placed returns will keep closed rooms from becoming pressurized which limit the entrance of supply air into the room.
Materials used to operate a school district. These include textbooks, paper, pencils, office supplies, custodial supplies, material used in maintenance activities, computer software, etc.
Supplies include the basic necessities of life such as food and medicine. Although most planets are self-sufficient, some may be too primitive to be able to support themselves.
Supply units are produced by factories and are essential for building mines, factories, defense posts and fighters. They can also be converted into cash.
Items that a business needs to provide products or services, but are not sold to customers.
Materials used in a business that do not generally become part of the sales product and were not purchased to be resold to customers.
Assessable property used up in the normal operation of a business, but which are not intended for sale or lease.