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order (one) off

To command or instruct one to get off (of something). He had gotten up onto the table to do a funny dance, but his mother ordered him off. The security guard ordered us off the grass.
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order someone off (of something)

to command someone to get off something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) The teacher ordered Tom off the steps. He ordered him off.
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Provide receiving workers copies of the original purchase orders but with the quantities ordered blanked out.
Last Christmas she ordered personalized mugs for her mother and sister from a coupon insert in a Sunday newspaper.
A problem in manual order entry systems is the potential for the same test to be ordered by several physicians involved in the care of the patient and unaware of what their colleagues have ordered.
The pattern would be more troubling, the researchers conclude, but for a second finding, perhaps even more surprising: In most cases, the tests performed were more appropriate than those the physician ordered.
Including today's order, 44 747-8 Freighters have been ordered by five customers since program launch in November 2005.
Through his maintenance of the shares he was ordered to divest, Carl Thomas received financial gain and other benefits, satisfying the effect element.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that AICPA, directly, indirectly, or through any person or other device, in connection with its activities in or affecting commerce, as "commerce" is defined in Section 4 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, shall forthwith cease and desist from:
Aviation Partners Boeing said Air Europa ordered 34 Blended Winglet Systems as buyer-furnished equipment on 737-800s scheduled to deliver between 2007 and 2014 and up to 21 additional shipsets with which to retrofit dash 800s already in service.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, pursuant to section 8(e) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, as amended, (12 U.
Luxembourg's Cargolux has ordered 10 freighters, and Nippon Cargo Airlines ordered eight.
It has ordered a total of six with deliveries through January 2008.
Noting that that more than 2,000 aircraft were ordered in 2005 in spite of industry losses estimated by IATA at $6 billion, Bisignani asked: "Why so many orders in an industry that is losing billions?