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standing order

a rule or order governing the procedure, conduct, etc., of a legislative body
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The new bank requests a list of suppliers from the old bank and then instructs the suppliers to amend account details on all direct debits and standing orders.
When examining our options, it seemed that it would suit our needs in regards to standing orders.
Currently, 56 percent, or 1,551 of the states 2,769 pharmacies with controlled substance licenses are registered to dispense naloxone under the standing order. Through the standing order, individuals can receive naloxone from a registered pharmacy without having to see a healthcare provider.
In recent years, the estimates for each ministry have been scheduled for three hours of consideration with the exception of Executive Council which, under the Standing Orders, receives two hours of consideration.
A COUNCIL has admitted it broke its own standing orders by hiring a surveillance firm to spy on its own workers without inviting other companies to tender for the contracts.
Their standing orders apparently give them the power to prevent reporters using Twitter to keep the public informed of what is going on there, but it is odd that they choose to use those powers in this way.
According to chief nurse Jane O'Malley, the guidelines document is now more user-friendly, and includes a standing order checklist for users and a template guide.
QNB also reduced its charges for counter cheques, standing order utility payment rejections due to insufficient funds and post-dated cheques.
Existing cash ISA customers can continue to save with their accounts, which can be managed by phone, post, electronic transfer or by standing order, but will no longer be able to make deposits at Post Offices or by bank giro credit.
The bank, who were propped up with around pounds 25billion by the Treasury, demanded immediate payments - from people who pay monthly by standing order.
In 1954, the IRA had to recognise the Garda and Irish Army and introduced Standing Order No 8 which reads: "Volunteers are forbidden to take any militant action against 26 County forces under any circumstances."

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