First Choice, the European launch customer for the 787, placed its first order
for six in July 2004.
The FDI Act sets forth the substantive basis upon which a federal banking agency may issue against a bank official or employee an order
of prohibition from further participation in banking.
Additionally, point-of-care decision support should be used to verify the correct execution of orders
and to monitor the effects on the patient.
Provide receiving workers copies of the original purchase orders
but with the quantities ordered
So the distributor with the best price on any (given supply gets the order
Scheduling information was recorded on a paper-based calendar and also in an Excel service order
With a stop-loss order
, you know that if the stock trades at or rises above the stop order
price, a market order
will be executed.
Some analysts expressed concern over the recent weakness in demand for capital goods - such items as machinery and computers - since these orders
have been a major source of economic strength during the current expansion.
to limit the number of necessary revisions, names and telephone numbers should be left out of specific general orders
It denounces a stable order
, but acts as a ladder up which the viewer must climb only to lose the need for it altogether.
Responding to the researchers' suggestion that "ancillary workers" be given guidelines to help them identify and inform physicians about "unorthodox laboratory test orders
," Meyer said in a statement: "The real need, rather, is for the recognition that laboratory technologists are no longer the 'ancillary' workers of past decades, but are professionals whose body of knowledge is required for effective, efficient health care.
In addition to standard order
types such as Market, Limit, Stops, Hidden and Iceberg Orders
, Currenex's Conditional Orders
have been added to allow traders to define separate orders
that are linked to each other and set to react based on predefined parameters.