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  • v. Present participle of overorder.


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  • "That will help the physician not to default to the natural position of overordering things because it's easier to do things to people than not do things to people, especially if you're getting paid to do it."

    Imagine Doctors, Patients Talking

  • BRIAN PULIDOS MEDIEVAL LADY DEATH WRAPAROUND #1 - Don't worry...we're not overordering on this series.

    Archive 2005-03-06

  • Or overordering, some scam involving bogus invoices that ended up with payments for goods that were never received to a company that never existed.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • But it is a convenient and deceptive myth to blame doctors for overordering tests, drugs and so forth.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Useful approaches here include overordering when the item is available (lack of reliable availability is one of the most common reasons that supply is unreliable), and looking for ways to control vendors.

  • $5.75 small order of Singapore noodles is lunch and dinner-and despite a slight increase in prices across the board, it boasts a consistency and variety that never fail to inspire overordering.

    Chicago Reader


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