order from

order from (someone or something)

To make a purchase (of something) from a person or company, especially through a telephone, postal, or online order. A noun or pronoun can be used between "order" and "from" to specify what is being ordered. This dress arrived all dirty and wrinkled! That's the last time I order clothes from them. Let me know if you're ordering from Stephen—there are a couple things I need from him as well, and it will save on shipping costs.
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order something from someone or something

to agree to purchase something from someone or a group. We ordered some plants from the mail-order company. I will order some of those clever little things from you as soon as I can.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Because of the shortcomings apparent in the several options, the article concludes that the taxpayer's most effective strategy may consist of controlling the IRS's access to trade secrets during the audit and, if necessary, seeking a conditional - enforcement order from a district court during an administrative summons enforcement proceeding.
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Now the physician would be able to order from any terminal within the institution and not have to be present on the unit.