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A standing order or standing orders may refer to:

  • standing order (banking) (or banker's order) — instruction to a bank to pay a set amount at regular intervals from one account to another.
  • rules of order (or standing orders) — governing parliamentary procedure for an assembly
  • general order — directive published by a military commander, and binding upon all personnel under his command

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Noun

Singular
standing order

Plural
standing orders

standing order (plural standing orders)

  1. A rule of procedure adopted by a governing body for its own internal use.
  2. A request made once for periodic fulfillment.

Synonyms

  • (rule of procedure): rule of order

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