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standing order

A regulation that is in force until it is specifically changed or withdrawn, as in The waiters have standing orders to fill all glasses as they are emptied. This idiom began life in the mid-1600s as standing rule; the word order began to be used about 1800 for such military orders and gradually was extended to other areas.
See also: order, standing
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Two controlled trials (1 randomized (3) and 1 nonrandomized (9)) that incorporated standing orders examined their use in childhood immunizations (measles, mumps, and rubella [MMR]; oral polio vaccine [OPV]; Haemophilus influenzae, type b [HIB]; diphtheria and tetanus toxoids with acellular pertussis [DTaP]; and hepatitis B).
The second ingredient in the apparent success of this intervention is the creation of a standing order policy that allowed check-in staff to administer vaccines based on the clinical decision support tool.
The nursing staff continued to adhere to the standing orders for her wound treatment and sought lab work, nutritional changes, and a surgical consult.
As standing orders are received, the shipping clerk adds the current information to the file.
The idea behind standing order 176 is to uphold party discipline and this explains why discharge of members from committees is a prerogative of a party.
Where there is a standing order or direct debit and the wrong amount is paid out, the bank must refund to the account the amount wrongly paid and any changes arising as a result.
First, in accordance with the power it has under Standing Order 294.
The Daily Post asked chairman Cllr Arfon Jones for permission to tweet and he said: "Please feel free to use any social media you wish, Standing Order 45 will be suspended for all meetings whilst I am chair.
According to chief nurse Jane O'Malley, the guidelines document is now more user-friendly, and includes a standing order checklist for users and a template guide.
QNB also reduced its charges for counter cheques, standing order utility payment rejections due to insufficient funds and post-dated cheques.
Existing cash ISA customers can continue to save with their accounts, which can be managed by phone, post, electronic transfer or by standing order, but will no longer be able to make deposits at Post Offices or by bank giro credit.
The bank, who were propped up with around pounds 25billion by the Treasury, demanded immediate payments - from people who pay monthly by standing order.
In 1954, the IRA had to recognise the Garda and Irish Army and introduced Standing Order No 8 which reads: "Volunteers are forbidden to take any militant action against 26 County forces under any circumstances.
They each imposed a pounds 118 penalty, including charges for a cheque, direct debit and standing order which was paid out while the customer was over their limit.
A woman, who entered the shop with a man, used stolen documents to set up a standing order to buy a phone.
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