Order refers to fixed or definite plan; system; law of arrangement." In terms of systems, order is a state space where a system exhibits clarity, certainty, or stability.



Siehe auch:
"Order" findet sich im WZ2003 Code "52.61.1"
Versandhandel über Teleshopping mit Waren ohne ausgeprägten Schwerpunkt (Home Order Television)

See also:
"Order" is in the NAICS Code "4541"
(Electronic Shopping and Mail-Order HousesElectronic Shopping and Mail-Order Houses)


"Order" is in the HS Code "4820"
Registers, Account Books, Note Books, Order Books, Receipt Books, Letter Pads, Memorandum Pads, Diar

"Order" is in the UNSPSC Code "92000000"
National Defense and Public Order and Security and Safety Services


Other /More definition:
Order refers to fixed or definite plan; system; law of arrangement." In terms of systems, order is a state space where a system exhibits clarity, certainty, or stability.

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