Military. (formerly) a general order always in force in a command and establishing uniform procedures for it; standard operating procedure.
standing orders, Parliamentary Procedure. the rules ensuring continuity of procedure during the meetings of an assembly.
Also called banker’s order. an instruction to a bank by a depositor to pay a stated sum at regular intervals Compare direct debit
a rule or order governing the procedure, conduct, etc, of a legislative body
(military) one of a number of orders which have or are likely to have long-term validity
A regulation that is in force until it is specifically changed or withdrawn, as in The waiters have standing orders to fill all glasses as they are emptied. This idiom began life in the mid-1600s as standing rule; the word order began to be used about 1800 for such military orders and gradually was extended to other areas.
noun 1. rib roast. noun 1. a cut of beef taken from the small end of the ribs and containing a large rib eye and two or more ribs.
noun, Nautical. 1. rigging remaining permanently in position as a means of steadying various spars, shrouds, stays, etc. (contrasted with running rigging). standing rigging noun 1. the stays, shrouds, and other more or less fixed, though adjustable, wires and ropes that support the masts of a sailing vessel Compare running rigging
noun 1. space in which to stand, as in a theater, stadium, or the like. 2. accommodation for standing.
noun, Physics. 1. a wave in a medium in which each point on the axis of the wave has an associated constant amplitude ranging from zero at the nodes to a maximum at the antinodes. standing wave noun 1. (physics) the periodic disturbance in a medium resulting from the combination of two waves of equal […]