Order

[journal] Order (subtitled `A Journal on the Theory of Ordered Sets and its Applications`) is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal on order theory and its applications, published by Springer Science+Business Media. It was founded in 1984 by University of Calgary mathematics professor Ivan Rival; as of 2010, its editor in chief is Dwig
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[virtue] Order is the planning of time and organizing of resources, as well as of society. Although order is rarely discussed as a virtue in contemporary society, order is in fact central to improving efficiency, and is at the heart of time management strategies such as David Allen`s Getting Things Done. ==Emergence== The valorisation of or
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One of a series of concentric mouldings.
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a higher taxon consisting of one or more families and distinct from other taxa of similar rank.
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In classification, an order is a group of related or similar organisms. An order contains one or more families. A group of similar orders forms a class.
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A group of related animals or plants.
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Is a set of instructions with the intent of executing a transaction. The following is a list of order types. See: All or None (AON) or All or Nothing, Buy on Close, Buy on Opening, Contingent, Discretionary, Non-Discretionary, Do Not Reduce (DNR) , Exchange for Physicals (EFP) , Fill or Kill (FOK) , Good Till Canceled (GTC) , Immediate or Cancel (I
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For a differential equation the highest derivative in the equation; for a numerical approximation solution to a differential equation the order denotes the accuracy in terms of the highest power of the time interval _ included in the approximation.
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A dealing instruction submitted to Barclays Stockbrokers
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[n] - established customary state (especially of society) 2. [n] - (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families 3. [n] - a request for food or refreshment (as served in a restaurant or bar etc.) 4. [n] - (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed 5.
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Harmonic of the rotational speed of rotating machinery. As an example, in the case of the shaft rotating at 6,000 rpm, the first order component occurs at a frequency of 100 Hz (6,000/60), whereas the third order component would occur at a frequency of 300 Hz.wheref = frequency [Hz]n = orderN = rotational speed [rpm]
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In classical architecture, the column (including capital, shaft, and base) and the entablature, considered as a
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Pattern of behaviour by the members of a society that is conducive to stability and coexistence. Normally associated with some system of rules, as implied by the phrase `law and order`. Like...
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order of reaction; reaction order. The order of a reaction is the sum of concentration exponents in the rate law for the reaction. For example, a reaction with rate law d[C]/dt = k[A]2[B] would be a third order reaction. Noninteger orders are possible.
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in taxonomy, a group of genera with shared characteristics
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The decision of an appeal given by the Special Educational Needs Tribunal after the hearing.
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The decision of an appeal given by the additional support needs tribunal after the hearing.
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A direction by a Court
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See Judgment.
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One of a series of recessed arches and supports on a doorway, chancel arch etc.
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An offer to buy or sell a tradable instrument with a variety of conditions attached. See limit, at best, fill or kill, execute and eliminate and market orders.
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Or'der noun [ Middle English ordre , French ordre , from Latin ordo , ordinis . Confer Ordain , Ordinal .] 1. Regular arrangement; any methodical or established succession or harmonious relation; method; system ; as: (a) Of material things, l
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Or'der transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ordered ; p pr. & verbal noun Ordering .] [ From Order , noun ] 1. To put in order; to reduce to a methodical arrangement; to arrange in a series
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Or'der intransitive verb To give orders; to issue commands.
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<zoology> A taxonomic classification between class and family. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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