It is wonderful with what far-sighted patience one of these wretches will bid his time, in order to effect a favourite acquisition.
However, all data associated with the production of a mesh must be provided in order to contribute to the overall recomputability of the subsequent simulation.
Like any arthropod encased in a rigid exoskeleton, a trilobite must periodically moult, or exuviate, in order to grow.
Used in the Beginning of Sentence
In order to grant the rich these pleasures, the social contract is reconfigured. The welfare state is dismantled. […]
In order to get to the rest of the paint in the can, you′ll have to remove the skin floating on top of it.
In order to grant the rich these pleasures, the social contract is reconfigured. The welfare state is dismantled. Essential public services are cut so that the rich may pay less tax. […]
Meaning of in order for the defined word.
Grammatically, this idiom "in order" is a phrase, more specifically, a prepositional phrase. It's also an adjective. It's also an adverb. It's also a preposition, more specifically, a prepositional phrase.