- adj. In a sequence.
- adj. Ready, prepared; orderly; tidy.
- adj. idiomatic In accordance with the procedural rules governing formal meetings of a deliberative body.
- adj. idiomatic Appropriate, worthwhile.
- adv. not comparable, idiomatic Emphasizes that what follows is the purpose of the preceding.
- adv. not comparable, idiomatic, US, with "for" Emphasizes that what follows is the purpose of the preceding.
- adv. comparable In sequence.
- adj. in a state of proper readiness or preparation or arrangement
“I ordered the creation of the device we have come to nullify today in order to kill Sirajaldin and all his people.”
“So, in order for us to fully invest in this season's twist, casting of the returning twosomes is key.”
“David Flory, the NHS deputy chief executive, has ordered the service to do better in order to fulfil the prime minister's recent promises that waiting times would not be allowed to slip.”
“There were people whose grandparents were buried in the nearest cemetery who were still regarded as “from away,” although that wasn't quite as bad as being branded a “rusticator,” the locals' favorite term of abuse for city folks who came Down East in order to get in touch with country living.”
“I did not envy the investigators who would have to wade through the mud of St. Froid in order to remove those bones with their gloved hands, fighting off the early blackflies and trying to blank out the howls of the hybrids.”
“The gold mines have gone but the diamonds remain and the city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country in order to entice workers to a place which has snow for eight months of the year and temperatures drop to minus 30C in winter.”
“Jumping ahead with the research that does exist in order to claim that the invisible chemicals around us are causing or exacerbating a rise in autoimmunity is the kind of connecting-of-dots and blame-the-environment speculation that makes many politicians crazy, and that chemical-industry publicists routinely deem as toothless.”
“Imagine a runner needing to win a three-mile race in order to qualify for a thirty-mile race later the same day against opponents who had qualified weeks ago and were fully rested.”
“Many of the people she treats have waited months for an appointment in order to confirm a diagnosis or gain better treatment for such rheumatic autoimmune diseases as lupus and antiphospholipid syndrome.”
“Harley told James that they would immunize some of the animals in the lab with EBV peptides that looked like the Sm B self-protein, and that if these Epstein-Barr protein pieces produced lupus in them he would shut down several other projects in order to test whether that association could also be found in humans.”
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