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He said that the Court has no power to give an order on a person who has not been charged.
There is an age-old maxim: 'Never give an order that the one giving order cannot ensure its compliance'.
Personally I don't give an order of the garter either way.
2 : to give an order for <I'd like to place an ad in the paper.>
GEORGE W Bush should give an order to Israel to obey the 60+ UN resolutions outstanding, that Israel withdraws from Gaza, the West Bank and from the Golan Heights.