order of business

NOUN
  1. a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting)
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How To Use order of business In A Sentence

  • At the start of each day, a semi-official guide is issued outlining the expected order of business.
  • It was simply an order of business and documentation that had to be taken place for the records.
  • My first order of business was to take off my coat and enjoy the warmth emanating from the radiator.
  • Our second order of business is just as much a threat to our existence as the first topic.
  • The first order of business a call to the assignment a pre - bedtime rundown of latest developments.
  • At the start of each day, a semi-official guide is issued outlining the expected order of business.
  • With a few simple words, official honesty was once again the order of business inside the glass-fronted monolith overlooking the East River.
  • Mr Speaker, the first order of business for this government is to fully investigate this situation and remove the bottlenecks that have robbed the economy of the full benefits of these projects.
  • This year, the Australian parliament's first order of business was to make an apology on behalf of the nation to the "stolen generation", Aborigines who were removed from their families and ancestral lands to be "anglicised" (made to behave more like white people) for over one hundred years, until 1969. slackbastard
  • Our first order of business would be to figure out a method of allowing our citizens to vote one-handed.
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