major order

major order

n. Ecclesiastical
A principal order of the clergy, especially the rank of bishop, priest, or deacon, in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican Churches. Also called holy order.

ma′jor or′der


n.
an order of priesthood, diaconate, or subdiaconate in the Roman Catholic Church. Compare minor order.
[1720–30]
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In August the company was awarded a major order by the state-run Qatar General Water & Electricity Corporation (Kahramaa) for the turnkey supply of 18 electrical substations.
Home Bargains was one of the rst companies Konark approached - and after one meeting he left with a major order.
Summary: With this major order from the Middle East, MAN Nutzfahrzeuge can celebrate another success for its international growth strategy.
The company's newsletter describes how it has secured a major order for silica-based tire compounding systems from a large tire factory.
This marks the first major order for the company formed from the March 31, 2000, Tera Computer Co.
We used a letter of credit with our first major order from Japan.
Summary: Dubai: Emirates, the largest operator of the Boeing 777, is planning a major order .
Summary: PARIS -- Boeing and Airbus suffered major order cancellations last month, with airlines dropping 25 787 Dreamliners and seven A350s, according to data released by the aircraft manufacturers on Monday.
The transportation infrastructure business won a major order worth Rs 6.
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This is the first major order of Cummins Westport natural gas engines by a CIS Original Equipment Manufacturer," stated Alexei Ustinov, Cummins Russia ABO Head.