порядок ; последовательность ; пропуск ; устав ; упорядоченность ; расположение; исправность ; хорошее физическое состояние; чистота ; спокойствие; строй ; государственное устройство; регламент ; знак отличия; боевой порядок; степень ; уровень ; ордер ; приказ ; предписание; инструкция ; распорядок ; распоряжение; разнарядка ; разрешение; заказ ; заказ порционного блюда; слой общества; социальная группа; ранг ; орден ; рыцарский или религиозный орден; духовный сан; род ; сорт ; отряд ; подкласс ; св`ойство;
приказывать; велеть; распоряжаться; направлять; назначать; предписывать; прописывать; заказывать; делать заказ; приводить в порядок; упорядочивать; предопределять
- Accordingly if the defendant had commenced proceedings in which the court would have had jurisdiction to order contribution against the appellant, the claim would have been statute barred.
- Ministers are known to have been concerned about the level of orders for the Crown Suppliers, since ministries could order furniture elsewhere.
- W. R. Parzynski and P. W. Zipse's Introduction to Mathematical Analysis makes a better job than most, and it does it all in the right order, from special to general, what you might call the Reverse Bourbaki Gambit.
- A neo-Jacobean pile proudly raised on a Suffolk dune by Edwardian telephone magnate Sir Cuthbert Quilter, the house is now for sale by order of the Ministry of Defence.
- But it remains questionable whether the civilised man, the order of truth.
- He continues to speak of the possibility of using the Gulf operation to craft a new world order for the resolution of disputes.
- Now, if you're not going to order another drink quietly then I think it would be best if you went on your way."
- Order the numbers you missed with our special coupon.
- With a record order book, it now has a slim chance of starting to repay a bit of the 13.5 billion that it has received in government subsidies.
- Because the bulk of the work was supervised by the owner, the overall cost is difficult to assess, but a figure of 50,000 at 1979 prices probably represents the right order of expense.
- This is not a work of criticism though it contains much criticism along the way, and of the first order - for instance, Pound's respectful demurrer from the high valuation that Eliot had put on Johnson's Vanity of Human Wishes.
- They need to be "better known to nature" too, prior in the order of things to the conclusions established on their basis.
- "But," Taylor says, "we filled our order book at reasonable prices a year ago.