counter-order

counter-order

n
(Military) military an order which revokes a previous order
Translations

counter-order

[ˈkaʊntərˌɔːdəʳ] Ncontraorden f
References in classic literature ?
"I was desired, monseigneur, to return in all haste to Beaugency, to give counter-orders to the courier, who was himself to go back immediately with counter-orders to M.
Market leaders, were said to have spent much of that time making frantic phone calls to get the strange order revoked, as they later came to announce that the police, Imohimi, had given a counter-order that they should be allowed to campaign in the premises.
Ted Middleton's "Order and Counter-Order: The European System and Russia," suggests the clash between Russia and the West is that of a modern system of political order confronting a post-modern one.
"Customers in Denver seem very comfortable with the idea of a counter-order format, an $8 to $10 price and a higher-quality offering."
First, the Civil Code regulates, by its special provisions, the right to a counter-order. These provisions were taken mostly from the old regulation.
Practically every other day since his trial commenced, the nation has witnessed various courts granting orders and counter-orders in favour of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, all of them characterised by an unholy alacrity between the time of filing, hearing and delivery of judgment in same.