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ORDOrders
ORDOrdnance
ORDChicago, IL, USA - O'Hare International Airport (Airport Code)
ORDOrdinary
ORDOffice of Research and Development
ORDChicago O'Hare International Airport (airport code; Chicago, IL)
ORDOrganization(al) Development
ORDObject-Relational Database
ORDOffice of Rare Diseases (National Institutes of Health)
ORDObject Relational Database
ORDOptical Receive Data
ORDOperational Requirements Document
ORDOrdinary Seaman
ORDOperational Requirement(s) Document
ORDOffice of Rubber Director (US Navy)
ORDOptical Rotatory Dispersion
ORDOperational Readiness Demonstration
ORDOrdnance Data (TMINS)
ORDOffice of Research and Demonstrations
ORDOnline Resource Directory
ORDOperational Ready Date
ORDOperations Research Department
ORDOperational Readiness Date
ORDOverseas Replacement Depot
ORDOrganisation for Rural Development
ORDOwner's Risk of Damage
ORDOptical Rotatory Dispersion Spectroscopy
ORDOften Required Data
ORDOver Rated Defense
ORDOld Orchard Field (now O'Hare International)
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I still see this order and the name of Seldon, Irishman.
Baisemeaux," said Aramis, "and whatever you may have seen, the order is signed to release Marchiali, blot or no blot.
And this is the order of truth, lesser though it be, that man must know and guide his actions by with unswerving certitude that it is absolute truth and that in the universe no other order of truth can obtain.
Countless men have glimpsed that other and truer order of truth and recoiled from it.
The aide-de-camp was sent to confirm the order which had not been clearly worded the day before, namely, that the commander in chief wished to see the regiment just in the state in which it had been on the march: in their greatcoats, and packs, and without any preparation whatever.
We, therefore, order and strictly enjoin, by these presents, all of the inhabitants, as well of the above-named district as of all the other Districts, both old men and young men, as well as all the lads of ten years of age, to attend at the Church at Grand Pre, on Friday, the fifth instant, at three of the clock in the afternoon, that we may impart to them what we are ordered to communicate to them; declaring that no excuse will be admitted on any pretence whatever, on pain of forfeiting goods and chattels, in default of real estate.
In the second by allowing me to lay before you certain grave and very serious charges against the Order of the Yellow Crayon, of which your Majesty is the titular head.
They entered the roadstead; but as they drew near in order to cast anchor, a little cutter, looking like a coastguard formidably armed, approached the merchant vessel and dropped into the sea a boat which directed its course to the ladder.
Because you wish to pass on horseback, and orders have been given to let only persons on foot pass.
Isaac paused at the gate, to consider how he might seek entrance in the manner most likely to bespeak favour; for he was well aware, that to his unhappy race the reviving fanaticism of the Order was not less dangerous than their unprincipled licentiousness; and that his religion would be the object of hate and persecution in the one case, as his wealth would have exposed him in the other to the extortions of unrelenting oppression.
Here then, I said, is another order which will have to be conveyed to our guardians: Let our city be accounted neither large nor small, but one and self-sufficing.
The long chains of simple and easy reasonings by means of which geometers are accustomed to reach the conclusions of their most difficult demonstrations, had led me to imagine that all things, to the knowledge of which man is competent, are mutually connected in the same way, and that there is nothing so far removed from us as to be beyond our reach, or so hidden that we cannot discover it, provided only we abstain from accepting the false for the true, and always preserve in our thoughts the order necessary for the deduction of one truth from another.