Definition of Reordered

1. Verb. (past of reorder) ¹

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Definition of Reordered

1. reorder [v] - See also: reorder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reordered

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Literary usage of Reordered

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1920)
"Published January 16, a Philadelphia store (original order 30) reordered 25 on January 25; one New York store (original order 25) reordered 50 on January 23 ..."

2. The Freight Traffic Red Book by Traffic Publishing Co (1922)
"... carload freight stored on open piers, bulkheads or lands of the railroad company. NOTE.—This rule will also apply on shipments ordered, reordered or ..."

3. Le Lai De L'Oiselet: An Old French Poem of the Thirteenth Century : Edition by Lenora D. Wolfgang (1990)
"Another possible source of the reordered text in B could be the use of the word eür in 401 where ACD have heure. With its meaning of "fortune" or "result," ..."

4. The Doctrine of the Real Presence: As Contained in the Fathers from the by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1883)
"... nor doth it depart from its native operation (for it is thy fellow- servant); but, obeying the will of its Creator, it is reordered ..."

5. The Doctrine of the Real Presence: As Contained in the Fathers from the by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1855)
"... nor doth it depart from its native operation (for it is thy fellow- servant); but, obeying the will of its Creator, it is reordered ..."

6. Retail Store Management by Paul Henry Nystrom (1917)
"It therefore indicates what goods must be pushed, what goods should be reordered, and how much may be reordered. The turnover can be definitely determined ..."

7. Retail Store Management by Paul Henry Nystrom (1917)
"It therefore indicates what goods must be pushed, what goods should be reordered, and how much may be reordered. The turnover can be definitely determined ..."

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