extended order


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Noun1.extended order - a military formation for skirmishing; as widely separated as the tactical situation permits
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
military formation - a formation of troops
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The area is partly covered by a tree preservation order (TPO) which was put in place in 1995, but the local authority recommended a new extended order should be imposed to tackle the problems with 4x4s.
However, the local authority said a new extended order was required to tackle the problems raised, including 4x4 drivers using the site.
Lacson suggested an extended order of succession in case of death or permanent disability of the four top government officials.Lacson's billproposes the following line of succession: the most senior senator based on length of service in the Senate the most senior representative based on the length of service in the House of Representatives the member of the Cabinet designated by the president The senator also suggested that a Cabinet member be sequestered in a secret and secure location prior to any public or private event that the president, vice president or other high ranking officials will attend.
(NASDAQ: SPAR) ("Spartan Motors" or the "Company"), is advancing its global position in safety driven product design with an extended order from the National Fire Departments Association (Junta Nacional de Cuerpos de Bomberos), in Chile.
an extended order is caused by the fact that within 3 years from the date of awarding the basic contract, there will be objects qualifying for extended surveys.
Councillor Garry Perry, Portfolio Holder, Community, Leisure and Culture said: "This extended Order will have a continuing and positive impact upon the Beechdale estate and send a clear message to those people who have no consideration for others, that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated."
In about three hours, we saw about 20 Germans coming towards us in extended order, so we let them get within 10 yards of the hedge where we were hidden.
What Hayek argues is that it's the microcosm that generates the values--the respect for human rights, the respect for human dignity, the respect for the Golden Rule--all of these sorts of yeasty cultural ideas that make the macrocosm of the extended order of liberty work.
Though her stalker is subject to an extended order relating to social media she said the CPS had initially decided the case was "trivial" and she still lives in fear.
Trade--especially international trade--provides the paradigmatic case of an extended order. Trade fuels specialization and the division of labor.
And the county also lost out on a grant to fund advocates in its Victims' Rights Unit, so people who provided in-court support for the woman and helped her file for an extended order of protection were not there when needed most.
Once on the other side, the men were immediately deployed into extended order in the direction of the Boer positions.

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