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Is quot; order quot; or quot; order it? quot;

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lily green 
Asked at 2011.05.11 20:14:18

answer Abe Douglas  Answered at 2011.05.11 20:14:18
Order definition: a single supplier in writing. Order definition: corporate procurement departments to the raw materials, fuel, spare parts, office supplies, purchase order issued by the supplier. Both can be basically universal. However, the logistics of these two words in the definition of the term about. In most cases, the order is the expected number of purchase issued to the supplier offer intends to order with the number of suppliers and technical requirements of a written document. The order is the number of buyers and sellers to reach a consensus agreement on the order, the Purchaser shall determine the supplier to provide the actual amount to be delivered a written document. From a legal point of view, it is different. Recommend the use of orders, reducing the use of orders, to avoid the risk
onlythree Answered at 2017.02.21 06:14:59
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