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Back Order Them »
(order a product and wait for it to arrive before giving to customer...)

Built To Order »
(the product is made to meet the needs of one customer...)

Call The Meeting To Order »
(officially begin the meeting with everyone following the rules...)

In Short Order »
(quickly; soon; without delay...)

On Order »
(it has been ordered and we are waiting for it...)

Order Someone About »
(tell that person to do things; act like a person's boss...)

Order Someone Around »
(tell that person where to go and what to do; act like a person's boss...)

Order Something To Go »
(you will take it with you and eat it someplace else...)

Out Of Order »
(not doing things in the right way...)

A Taste Of Your Own Medicine »
(a lesson where other people treat you the same way you treat them in order to teach you that you are acting badly...)

Do One's Part »
(participate in order to help the team succeed...)

Don't Put The Cart Before The Horse »
(certain things will fail if they are not done in the correct order...)

First Come, First Served »
(people will be helped in the order that they arrive; the first one to arrive will be served first, etc....)

Get Something Out Of One's System »
(do something that you feel the need to do; say something in order to feel better...)

Get Something To Go »
(order food that you will eat someplace else...)

Get The Works »
(get all of the extras with your order...)

Incumbent Upon Someone To Do Something »
(one thing must happen in order for the other thing to happen...)

Put The Cart Before The Horse »
(you must do the one thing before you do the other thing; the order cannot be changed...)



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