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Synonyms for orderer

someone who places an order to buy

an organizer who puts things in order

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On one hand, BDI demands the orderer of this monument to be revealed but the police protects it with special police forces.
The orderer of the survey, the civic initiative Plostad Sloboda, says the survey is a proof that Skopje 2014 upsets interethnic relations and represents a symbol of profligacy, corruption, and esthetic and historical manipulation.
Pictured I-r; Deborah De Maria, Caleb Hartzler, and Lori Orderer pose with the 20 Pine gift bags given to guests.
The orderer should have first look at the report's content.
I still went for fish - salmon stuffed with crab, of all things - and the original fish and chip orderer, rather disturbed by this point, could only face a simple grilled chicken and vegetables.
The company said that the orderer is Banverket, responsible for the Swedish railway network.
Since the word "God" has become so fraught both with this understanding of order (God as all-powerful orderer distinct from what God orders), grounding a "theopolitics of omnipotence" [22] or a "Christian dominology" [98], and with the controlling claim of an ultimate origin, she proposes a "tehomology" or "tehomic theology" (159), which is indebted to Luce Irigaray and Julia Kristeva, among others.
Were it to emerge thereafter that the contract cannot or should not be awarded to the contractor, the orderer would be required to recover any funds committed.