misorder

misorder

(ˌmɪsˈɔːdə)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) to make an order (of goods, materials, etc) incorrectly
n
(Commerce) an incorrect order (of goods, materials, etc)
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Two quality improvement projects within the Pathology department focused on misorders of laboratory tests with similar-looking names.
I saw no sign that pages had been lost or misordered as a result of rebinding.
SAN DIEGO -- A review of genetic tests ordered during a 3-month period found that more than one-third were misordered, leading to more than $20,000 in unnecessary health care costs, results from a single-center quality improvement project showed.
Of genetic tests ordered for the 114 patients, 44 (39%) were deemed to be misordered based on published clinical practice guidelines.
SAN DIEGO--A review of genetic tests ordered during a 3-month period found that more than one-third were misordered, leading to more than $20,000 in unnecessary health care costs, results from a single-center quality improvement project showed.
This includes omissions (some element demanded by the norm is left out), additions (some element barred by the norm is added), misinformation (some element is expressed by a form barred by the norm), and misordering (some element demanded by the norm has been misordered) (Dulay, Burt and Krashen 1982: 150);
Her improvements to the price books and price packs have reduced the number of misorders, or incorrectly configured machines, saving the company a lot of time and money.
The botched Facebook IPO was Plagued by NASDAQ computer glitches that delayed its start, caused misorders and blocked trades.
IMEX is chalk full of amazing stuff, from industrial chemicals (byproducts from one company can provide a free needed resource to another), truckloads of misorders, industrial scraps, cutoffs and end pieces of fiber, plastics and more.
In this interrupted error, the "ta" sequence is misordered, the "t" is deleted, or the "a" is anticipated, resulting in an "ea" sequence.