- n a repeated order for the same merchandise
he's the one who sends out all the new orders and reorders
- v assign a new order to
- v make a new request to be supplied with
The store had to reorder the popular CD several times
- So you reorder the elements of the story, hopscotching from day (1) to day (500) and back to day (83), as if you were an iPod set to Shuffle.
- He needed to track this item and others through the supply chain so clerks would know when to reorder and replenish the shelves.
- Unbeknown to the shopper, the check-out computer also logs each outgoing item against inventory in the store or a centralized warehouse, warning the manager when he must reorder .
- Michael Toner in Guardian Unlimited
The ruling could have important implications for the 2008 presidential election and could reorder the advertising strategies of corporate America and labor unions over the next two years,said Michael Toner, a former chairman of the Federal...
- Chris Richardson in The Age
We don't have money to spend any more,Richardson says. "The Government now faces a choice between going back to reorder its priorities, or adopting a small-target strategy and giving up some of the big-picture stuff: climate change,...
- Birch Bayh in Philadelphia Inquirer
At a time when our nation so desperately needs to reorder its priorities,Bayh said at the time, "it is time for me to reorder my own priorities."