a bill of lading that is issued to the order of a shipper or consignee for delivery of the goods and that can be transferred by endorsement to third parties.
adjective 1. denoting an electronic market system, esp for stock exchanges, in which prices are determined by the publication of orders to buy or sell Compare quote-driven
noun 1. Mathematics. two quantities written in such a way as to indicate that one quantity precedes or is to be considered before the other, as (3, 4) indicates the Cartesian coordinates of a point in the plane. noun in mathematics, a pair of distinct elements or two ordered numbers, often used to match numbers […]
- Ordered set
noun 1. (logic, maths) a sequence of elements that is distinguished from the other sequences of the same element by the order of the elements. Thus is not identical with
A function f : D -> C is order-embedding iff for all x, y in D, f(x)