simply ordered


Definition of simply ordered

: having any two elements connected by a relationship that is reflexive, antisymmetric, and transitive

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Others were simply ordered to return for a court hearing. New York Times, "Trump Resisting a Growing Wrath for Separating Migrant Families," 18 June 2018 So what’s different about getting a Jim Beam-and-soda from one of these new taps versus simply ordering from a bartender? Brittany Martin, Los Angeles Magazine, "High-Tech Cocktail Machines Are Now Dispensing Drinks at Dodger Stadium," 27 Apr. 2018 True macaroni and cheese purists can simply order the plain Mad Mac ($6.50), made with the aforementioned cheese sauce and nothing else. James Patrick Kelly, idahostatesman, "Mad Mac expands to brick-and-mortar restaurant at the Boise Spectrum | Idaho Statesman," 8 Mar. 2018 To obtain appropriate plasmids the foundry’s customers may simply order parts from the library. The Economist, "The gene machineRobotic labs for high-speed genetic research are on the rise," 1 Mar. 2018 One of the longer-running outlets is WokWorks, which opened in late 2013 at 1935 Chestnut St. Pick a protein, a base (quinoa – a not common option), a topping, and a sauce, so the varieties are extensive – or simply order a preset version. Michael Klein,, "Let's Eat: Where to eat near the Flower Show," 28 Feb. 2018 Couldn't Richardson simply order him not to go to court again for tapes? Bob Woodward, Anchorage Daily News, "Nixon fired the man investigating him - will Trump?," 11 Feb. 2018 Tokyo already plans to purchase 42 F-35As, the version of the jet that equips the U.S. Air Force, and could either change its order to include some F-35Bs or simply order more jets. Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, "Japan Considers Converting Ships to Aircraft Carriers," 26 Dec. 2017 Second, the system is set up to prevent politically motivated surveillance by requiring that judges sign off any surveillance warrant, meaning a president could not simply order a wiretap (or any other form of eavesdropping). David A. Graham, The Atlantic, "Is Trump's 'Wiretap' Claim Vindicated?," 19 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of simply ordered

circa 1909, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of simply ordered was circa 1909

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