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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlogisticlo‧gis‧tic /ləˈdʒɪstɪk $ loʊ-/ (also logistical /-tɪkəl/) adjective  relating to the logistics of doing something the logistical problems of implementing the proposalslogistically /-kli/ adverb
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logisticWith hindsight it was a remarkable logistic achievement.Artillery, Engineer, and Signals regiments, and its logistic corps, were tailored to support them.Great care must be exercised in deciding whether or not data fits a logistic curve.As McClellan constantly stresses, the interpretation of logistic information is crucial to its proper use.However, logistic problems and slotting practice have made this ideal difficult to achieve.Two other logistic problems are discussed by McClellan.Effective transport and logistic systems are crucial for delivering drugs, vaccines and supplies, supervising staff and generally supporting health services.
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