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preorder

(priːˈɔːdə)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) to order something in advance of it being available
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Given any maximal element [x.sub.0] relative to a preorder [??] on a set X, it guarantees the existence of some order-preserving function u attaining its maximum at [x.sub.0].
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The all-new Galaxy Note 8 is not yet available on the market -- yet du is giving its valued customers an opportunity to be among the first to own this incredible smartphone when they preorder it, for as little as AED295/month.The preorder will start on August 24, 2017.
According to Sammobile, some of the pre-order customers have already started receiving their devices and that some third-party retailers have also started shipping preorder units.
This replica bust is now up for preorder over at Chronicle Collectibles.
Apple said that many versions of the phone had sold out in preorder, and this morning's queues were made up of those who had reserved a spot to pick up a preordered device.
Available for preorder since October 7, the Surface Pro 4 is now on sale at Microsoft's website and retail outlets.
Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman, due to hit bookstores only on July 15, is breaking all records in preorder sales in the US as its publisher HarperCollins and distributors entice readers to book their copies early.
To preorder online, visit http://stannaparish.org/index.php, where a copy of the order form is available; or visit the rectory to fill out a form, with a check payable to St.
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