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Some articles on orders, order:

The Dumb Waiter - Plot
... is mysterious and both characters seem to be puzzled as to why these orders keep coming ... As these orders come in, the tension builds to the point where they even come to blows ... odd because the basement is clearly not outfitted for fulfillment of the orders ...
Deco - Honours - Individual - Orders
... Medal of Merit, Order of the Immaculate Conception of Vila Vi├žosa (House of Braganza). ...
Paenungulata
... Paenungulata is a taxon that groups some remarkable mammals, including three orders that are extant Proboscidea (including elephants), Sirenia (sea cows, including dugongs and manatees), and Hyracoidea ... At least two more orders are known only as fossils, namely Embrithopoda and Desmostylia ... Both of these extinct orders were as unique in their ways as the surviving orders ...
Military Order - Other Uses
... It is possible for a non-crusading order to be founded explicitly as a military order ... This is the case of the Orden Militar de la Constancia ('the Military Order of Loyalty'), founded on August 18, 1946, by the authorities in the Spanish ... Awarded to both Spanish and Moroccan military officers and men, the single-class order was abolished in 1956 ...
Embraer E-Jet Family - Orders and Deliveries
... List of Embraer's E-Jet family deliveries and orders Variant Photo Firm Orders Options Deliveries Firm Order Backlog E-170 10 ... E-175 31 ... E-190 102 ... E-195 20. 102 ...

Famous quotes containing the word orders:

    Punishment may make us obey the orders we are given, but at best it will only teach an obedience to authority, not a self-control which enhances our self-respect.
    Bruno Bettelheim (20th century)

    Let’s start with the three fundamental Rules of Robotics.... We have: one, a robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. Two, a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. And three, a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
    Isaac Asimov (1920–1992)

    What is all wisdom save a collection of platitudes? Take fifty of our current proverbial sayings—they are so trite, so threadbare, that we can hardly bring our lips to utter them. None the less they embody the concentrated experience of the race and the man who orders his life according to their teaching cannot go far wrong.
    Norman Douglas (1868–1952)