put into order

put someone or something into order

to put people or things into a proper sequence. Would you please put these people into order by height so we can march into the auditorium? Could you put these magazines into order?
See also: order, put
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All roads should be put into order across the country gradually," President Kurmanbek Bakiev said during a traditional work meeting with the heads of units of his Administration, reported presidentCOs press office.
95), our entire existence can be put into order by cramming it into a template inspired by the bracket system used for the NCAA men's basketball tournament office pools.