to order

  1. to specification
    he had the shoes made to order
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How To Use to order In A Sentence

  • To order visit guardianbooks. or in the UK call 0845 606 4232. UEA's delayed response to climate emails caused by shock, says professor
  • About two hours after De Forest made his report, Green came in and reported that according to orders he had "shadowed" De Forest and Mrs. Maroney when they drove into the city. The Expressman and the Detective
  • There were so many appetizing choices, Nikki said, she couldn't decide which one to order.
  • His kitchen is small but perfectly serviceable, especially for a doctor who tends to order room service or eat in restaurants.
  • Judge Benson, unbudging in his view that justice had been done in the case of United States v. Leonard Peltier, refused to order a new trial, and once again (in 1984) his ruling was appealed before the circuit court. United States v. Leonard Peltier
  • One of these fellows (now the highest financial officer of the land!) it seems had even "erred" (then endeavored to finesse the audit, then paid up just prior to ordering his new federal office furniture) in reporting his income tax, as did several other presidential nominees for high offices of trust. Hope and Trust in Obama, or Renewed Vigilance?
  • The chairman called the meeting to order.
  • With items such as the sauces, he is more than willing to include or delete ingredients, as he says that everything is made fresh to order.
  • They browbeat my sister to order my execution, virtually to the moment of her final breath. Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer
  • The menu also has milkshakes and fruit ices, but nobody ever seems to order them.
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