To Order


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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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Another common example was to order lab, X-ray, or ancillary testing timed and pm.
This time lag, and subsequent diminished INR value, led the physician to order more medication for the resident than she needed.
If, as most newsletter marketers appear to agree, it's becoming steadily more difficult to sell new subscriptions, perhaps the least we can do is make as easy for prospects to order as we possibly can.
6 shows the magnetic scattering for Ho[Mo.sub.6][Se.sub.8], which becomes superconducting at 5.5 K, and then tries to order ferromagnetically at lower temperature (35).
Users can choose to order one item at a time or several different items in multiple colours and sizes all on one screen.