from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who orders, or who places an order
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who puts in order, arranges, methodizes, or regulates.
- n. One who gives orders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who arranges, disposes, or regulates; one who keeps in order, or restores to order.
- n. One who gives orders; one who orders or commands; a commander, ruler, or governor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who places an order to buy
- n. an organizer who puts things in order
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Within those are the individual notes, labelled with an "orderer" followed by a title: "a1 History", "a2 WWI".
Book orderer recommends the clear use of terminology by ID Advocates.
Especially when you, the cake-orderer, can't stop laughing?
Somehow this doesn't conjure up the image I'm sure the cake orderer intended.
It can be very daunting for the first time orderer, and to make matters worse - there are a ton of delicious sounding things on the menu.
This slows service immensely—not only does the dessert orderer have to wait, so too does anyone ordering anything else as the counter is left unattended.
If he had come into the room, turned her against the wall and orderer her to put her hands behind her back, and she had refused, and he had forced her to the floor, and his partner helped to secure her hands behind her back, the only difference between that and what we see on the tape is the moment where he lost his cool and threw her into the wall.
I think the last one was deliberately done that way--subtle yet not, just to see if the cake orderer would notice.
RSS as an orderer of information sources I want to stay aware of del. icio.us as an orderer of information I want to keep track of & share with others flickr as an orderer of photos wikipedia as an orderer of encyclopaedic information
If you look at what we've all been doing over the last few years on the web, much of the most exciting things had to do with ordering - specifically information, for more efficient access: google as a high-level orderer of information on the web