Who ordered our companion killed?
Jared Polis ordered them to close.
They ordered the fewest number of trucks since 2010.
Well-ordered peoples have a duty to assist burdened societies.
Boston ordered some bars shut to avoid the conglomeration of St.
He was ordered to start at four in the morning and march to Raymond.
These correlations are responsible for the emergence of ordered patterns.
Specifically, I ordered alcohol in glass bottles, eggs, and a fresh tomato.
Solids that exhibit no such ordered internal arrangement are termed amorphous.
McTaggart calls the series of times ordered by these properties “the A series.”
Britain has ordered 407m doses, about four times the size of its adult population.
Other states including Pennsylvania and Ohio ordered similar closures earlier this week.
I ordered Amazon's DxTerity and Walmart's MyLab Box COVID-19 test saliva collection kits.
The internet censor has ordered tech giants, including Apple, to remove it from their stores.
Consider first the distinction between essentially ordered causes and accidentally ordered causes.
After the Nikkei article went live, Elon Musk tweeted saying the customers who had complained hadn't ordered Full Self-Driving (FSD).
The ordered pair is defined using the usual Kuratowski definition, but without assuming that there are any ordered pairs.
San Francisco, for example, ordered schools closed on March 12 when that city had 18 confirmed cases; Ohio also ordered its schools closed on the same day, with five confirmed cases.
Its main disadvantage is that the semantics is very complex: when there is more than one antecedent, for instance in a conjunction of conditionals, we need not ordered pairs, but ordered triples of worlds as semantic values, so in general we need ordered n-tuples.
While other countries had ordered city-wide lockdowns and ordered citizens to stay at home to slow the spread of the virus, Singapore at first relied on surveillance, quarantine, and social distancing to curb the spread of infection, as Paulina Cachero reported for Business Insider.
- having a systematic arrangement; especially having elements succeeding in order according to rule
Example: an ordered sequence
- disposed or placed in a particular kind of order
- marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts
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