Definition of Order paper

1. Noun. A printed copy of the order of the day.

Exact synonyms: Order Book
Generic synonyms: Order Of The Day



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Paper

order code
order form
order in council
order mantophasmatodea
order oedogoniales
order of Saint Benedict
order of business
order of knighthood
order of magnitude
order of operations
order of payment
order of precedence
order of succession
order of the day
order out
order paper (current term)
order tree
order trees
orderable
ordered
ordered field
ordered mechanism
ordered on-random off mechanism
ordered out
ordered pair
ordered pairs
ordered series
orderer
orderers
ordering

Literary usage of Order paper

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1. The Parliamentary Debates: Official Report by Northern Ireland Parliament. House of Commons (1898)
"Might I be allowed to say that, while we are perfectly aware that we cannot have a discussion which anticipates what is down on the order paper, surely it ..."

2. Advertising as a Vocation by Frederick James Allen (1919)
"The Mail order paper. The advertisements of single articles sold through mail orders, and sent directly from the dealer to the customer, such as books, ..."

3. A Dictionary of Political Phrases and Allusions: With a Short Bibliography by Philip George Cambray, ., Hugh. Montgomery (1906)
"The mainten- on the order paper. Resorted ance of a large standing to by all Governments to army to repel invasion is prevent discussion of incon- thus ..."

4. Parliamentary Procedure and Practice in the Dominion of Canada by John George Bourinot (1916)
"... a motion on the notice paper be under consideration, that question shall stand first on the order paper of the following day, next after orders to which ..."

5. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1877)
"for the expulsion of Louis Riel, then elected to the House, though it was away down among the ' Notices ' on the order paper. The debate was continued in ..."

6. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1877)
"for the expulsion of Louis Riel, then elected to the House, though it was away down among the ' Notices ' on the order paper. The debate was continued in ..."

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