social orderIndependence would provide a ‘golden bridge’ whereby the Marhaens could attain a just social order.
order to makeAltering weather conditions can accelerate or slow down dredging programmes, and the engineer for a direct works section must also keep his construction plant and men employed in order to make them viable.
order to justifyIn the first place, as we noted earlier, in order to justify binding legal obligations, choice theories must isolate those cases of a special exercise of choice where a binding legal commitment is consistent with respect for private autonomy.
order to getWE MUST stage a really hefty strike in order to get the system changed.’
order to understandIf the difficulties arise at work, perhaps you could study in order to understand the job better.
order to giveIn order to give businesses time to adjust to their new rate liability, the change in the amount of rates to be paid by a business will be phased in probably over 5 years.
law and orderThe resources devoted to my law and order programme will be substantially increased.
order to achieveFiscal policy may provide government with a potentially powerful method of managing the economy in order to achieve its macroeconomic objectives.
judgment or orderOrder 26, r 5 applies where any change has taken place after judgment by death, assignment or otherwise, in the parties entitled to enforce a judgment or order or in the parties liable under a judgment or order.