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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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Boeing has won 435 firm orders from 35 customers for the 787, which is scheduled to enter airline service in May 2008 with All Nippon Airways of Japan.
The disadvantage was that departments such as pharmacy, dietary, radiology and others would need to live in two worlds, as they would continue to receive paper orders from existing units and computer orders from CPOE units.
The following dates are significant in tracking and understanding the series of physician orders that eventually contributed to the resident's decline: Two weeks after the woman had arrived at the nursing home, a nurse noted that she had not undergone any lab work to monitor the effects of her heparin therapy; the nurse requested and received International Normalized Ratio (INR) lab orders from her physician.
I know they don't because, not having to impress advertisers with circulation numbers, they don't need orders from prospects who are never going to pay.
Over the years while I was executive director of the newsletter association nothing we could do to our conversion series ever changed our pay-up rate on bill-me orders from about 67 percent.
GE previously guaranteed four-day delivery for orders from 10 to 4400 lb.
The third standard service provides two- to four-week delivery for orders from 55 to 4400 lb at the standard price.
Inventory status for all sizes across all warehouses can be displayed and the user has the option to accept back orders from their default warehouse or to select items from other warehouses.
IT'S EVERY ONLINE ENTREPRENEUR'S DREAM TO FIND THEIR business inundated with orders from the get-go.
Orders from the public sector decreased an adjusted 12.1% from the previous month to 328.2 billion yen, due chiefly to cutbacks in orders for garbage disposal facilities.
Often, many sales reps would call in orders from the field, tying up phone lines and creating delays in the ordering process.
This adaptability is key, Marshall suggests, because of the typically high turnover in long term care; as many as eight different people might be using the system to input orders from various departments, instead of having all purchasing funneled through one person, he notes.
Airbus received orders from LAN Airlines and GE Commercial Aviation Services for up to 80 jetliners, Air Transport World reported.
Boeing booked orders from Indian airline Jet Airways, GE Commercial Aviation Services, and International Lease Finance.