Sit down and write out the order of the day for tomorrow.
While Kutuzov was talking to Raevski and dictating the order of the day, Wolzogen returned from Barclay and said that General Barclay wished to have written confirmation of the order the field marshal had given.
We gazed helplessly at the systematic, cold, gray-eyed obstinacy of the Easterly weather, while short rations became the order of the day
, and the pinch of hunger under the breast-bone grew familiar to every sailor in that held-up fleet.
Slick hairstyles, clothes and new backpacks were the order of the day
at Mountain Meadows School, and older students had an air of superiority and pride as they showed their younger siblings around campus.
With SVI's commitment to low price, high quality courseware, this contract will offer government departments a meaningful opportunity to cut costs at a time when budget constraints are the order of the day
Hot rods and hot chili were the order of the day
Sunday as more than 6,000 people turned out for the 11th annual Knights of Columbus Chili Cook-off and Car Show.
Photo opportunities were the order of the day
along with plenty of presidential pressing of the flesh as the Reagan Presidential Library hosted its fourth annual Presidents Day lawn party.
Contrary to the rule in more conventional museums, the order of the day
in the three-floor center is ``please touch everything in sight.
Summary: On the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the creation of the Royal Armed Forces (FAR), HM King Mohammed VI, Supreme Commander and Chief of Staff of the Royal Armed Forces, directed an Order of the Day
to the Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Privates.
CDATA[ Wary caution is the order of the day
in the Golan Heights, in light of Netanyahu's apparent readiness to enter into negotiations with Syria.
Addressing an NCSL conference in Birmingham, he will say: "The order of the day
for all of us will no doubt be efficiency savings, focus and impact.
This nostalgic Plate Day view of the North Road at Gosforth was taken in an era when ankle-length skirts for woman and bowler hats and cutaway coats for men were the order of the day