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秩序, ちつじょ

  • chitsujo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • order
  • regularity
  • system
  • method

Examples of 秩序,ちつじょ in a Sentence

Around his facts the scientist weaves a logical pattern or theory which gives the facts meaning, order, and significance.
The British have a lot of respect for law and order.
While we hate force, we recognize the need for law and order.
After decades of civil war, order was restored.
The police are responsible for the maintenance of law and order.
The sheriff established order in the town.
All social animals use some methods of communication to exchange information and to maintain an orderly community.
It's difficult to keep order in this town.
We must keep law and order.
The police keep order.

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