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To Order

Describing a purchase or other transaction that is specialized to one's direction. For example, if one orders a burger cooked medium-well, the burger is said to be "made to order."
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To order these tests requires the physician to acknowledge that they may be inappropriate in a general context but are needed in this particular situation.
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based aviation investment firm, acting on behalf of one of its investment funds, has ordered four 747-8 Freighters, with an option to order an additional two airplanes.