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ordered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishorderedor‧dered /ˈɔːdəd $ ˈɔːrdərd/ (also well-ordered) adjective  ARRANGE A GROUP OF THINGS OR PEOPLEwell arranged or controlled an ordered existence a well-ordered household disordered
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ordereda well-ordered societySuppose the pieces of the jigsaw start off in a box in the ordered arrangement in which they form a picture.The worshippers headed off in their own directions, and the ordered chequerboard shattered.He was lucky to have led such an ordered life.This was because I thought that the universe had to return to a smooth and ordered state when it became small again.The universe could have started out in a very smooth and ordered state.an ordered universe
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