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PRECONDITIONING—Preparing     heavy items to be pressed by drying them slightly in the tumbler  dryer  to  make  pressing  easier. PRESPOTTING—Examining   and   treating spots  or  stains  before  the  fabric  is  cleaned. PRESS COVER—The top portion of the buck that covers the buck, flannel pads, and steel wool pad; it is fastened using the drawstring and press cover  springs  that  are  attached  underneath  the buck. PRESS  DECK  LOG—A  record  used  to  log press  deck  laundry  in  and  out;  press  deck  laundry includes  officer  and  chief  petty  officer  lots. PRESS HEAD MITTS—Mitts used to prevent laundry   personnel   from   being   burned   while cleaning press heads. PRESS UNIT—Two or more presses grouped together. PRESSURE  GAUGES—Gauges  found  in  the laundry that indicate such things as steam and air pressure on different pieces of equipment. These gauges are checked to be sure the equipment is operated  within  the  appropriate  limits. PRICE  MANIPULATION—A  change  in  the price of an item of ship’s store stock by unlawful means  to  one’s  own  advantage. PRIMARY  LINT  TRAPS—Traps  located  in the front of the tumbler dryer inside the lower lint trapdoor;  they  prevent  lint  and  dirt  from  entering the  secondary  lint  trap  and  exhaust  ducting. PROCUREMENT—The   act   of   obtaining supplies or services. PROCUREMENT DOCUMENT—A document used to obtain supplies or services that is assigned either a purchase order or requisition serial number. PROFIT—The  amount  of  money  remaining after all expenses and costs have been paid. PROGRAM  CHART—A  chart  attached  to the drum control disk of the programmer that is cut  to  conform  with  the  Navy  wash  formula  so it can be used during the automatic operation of the washer extractor. PROGRAMMER—A   mechanism   that controls all manual and automatic operations of the  washer  extractor. PURCHASE ORDER—An order for material that also establishes a one-time contract. An item ordered  from  the  Ship’s  Store  Afloat  Catalog  is procured  via  a  purchase  order. RECEIPT—The  acceptance  of  the  quantity and   quality   of   material   for   accountability purposes. RECEIPT   INSPECTOR—An   officer   or enlisted  person  given  the  authority  to  receive, identify, and inspect incoming ship’s store stock. This  authority  is  given  in  writing  by  the  ship’s store   officer. RECORDSKEEPER—A  person  in  charge  of keeping  ship’s  store  records. REFUND—Cash given back to a customer in exchange  for  merchandise  that  was  previously bought  from  a  sales  activity. REQUISITION—An  order  for  material  from a  government  source;  for  example,  other  supply officers,  another  ship’s  store,  or  a  shore  supply support  activity. RESALE   ACTIVITY—A   sales   outlet. RESALE   OPERATIONS   MANAGEMENT SYSTEM—A  microcomputer-based  recordskeep- ing  system  used  to  assist  ship’s  store  personnel  in administering the requisition, management, and control   of   the   ship’s   store   inventory   and in   producing   resale   operations   reports   and returns. RESPONSIBILITY—The   obligation   to exercise  care,  custody,  and  protection  of  ship’s store  money  and  materials. RETAIL ITEM—Any item sold in its original form  in  exchange  for  cash. RETAIL   MARKDOWN—A   voluntary   price reduction in the retail price of an item to a price above  or  equal  to  its  original  cost  price. RETAIL PRICE—The price at which an item other  than  standard  Navy  clothing  and  cost  of operations  items  is  sold  or  issued. AI-8

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