"A complex crystal of apatite with the faces of a third-order pyramid upon it." — Ford, 1912

Apatite

"A complex crystal of apatite with the faces of a third-order pyramid upon it." — Ford, 1912

Order to break rank and spread out as skirmishers on the battlefield.

As Skirmishers

Order to break rank and spread out as skirmishers on the battlefield.

Order to break rank and spread out as skirmishers on the battlefield.

As Skirmishers Right

Order to break rank and spread out as skirmishers on the battlefield.

Order given to assemble the troops.

Assemble

Order given to assemble the troops.

"Order of the Bath, in heraldry, etc., an order of knighthood, so called because the recipients of the honor were required formerly to bathe the evening before their creation. It was instituted by Henry IV. in 1399, and, falling into disuse, was revived by George I. in 1725."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Badge, Order of Bath

"Order of the Bath, in heraldry, etc., an order of knighthood, so called because the recipients of the…

Illustration of the three bears with three chairs that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving comparison, taller, shorter, highest, lowest, etc..

Three Bears and Chairs

Illustration of the three bears with three chairs that can be used to write mathematics story problems…

Illustration of children sitting on a bench and standing that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving comparison, taller, shorter, highest, lowest, counting, etc.

Children On A Bench

Illustration of children sitting on a bench and standing that can be used to write mathematics story…

"Star of the Order of the Black Eagle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Black Eagle

"Star of the Order of the Black Eagle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Order given to stop hostilities on the battlefield. Soldiers stop shooting their weapons when this signal is given.

Cease Firing

Order given to stop hostilities on the battlefield. Soldiers stop shooting their weapons when this signal…

This is the command used to instruct the unit to change direction.

Change Direction

This is the command used to instruct the unit to change direction.

"Being at <em>club rifle</em>, order arms is resumed by command." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Club rifle

"Being at club rifle, order arms is resumed by command." — Moss, 1914

Command signal used to order troops to begin firing their weapons.

Commence Firing

Command signal used to order troops to begin firing their weapons.

A mised order, combining the volutes of the Ionic order with the leaves of the Corinthian order.

Composite Order

A mised order, combining the volutes of the Ionic order with the leaves of the Corinthian order.

One of the three orders of classical architecture. It was said to have been invented by an architect, Callimachus, who was inspired by the sight of a votive basket that had been left on the grave of a young girl.

Corinthian Order

One of the three orders of classical architecture. It was said to have been invented by an architect,…

"The cross of the Danisn order of the Dannebrog, a white cross surmounting a red one, with the royal crown, the cipher of reigning soverign, and the motto "For God and the King," is a characteristic example of the use of the great Christian symbol in the insignia of the knighthood of the present day." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Dannebrog

"The cross of the Danisn order of the Dannebrog, a white cross surmounting a red one, with the royal…

Illustration of children playing darts that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving addition, subtraction, and comparison.

Children Playing Darts

Illustration of children playing darts that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving…

One of the three orders or organizational systems of Ancient Greek or classical architecture.

Doric Order

One of the three orders or organizational systems of Ancient Greek or classical architecture.

Marching at twice the cadence of "Forward March;" 100 to 180 steps per min. something of a light jog. The unit is still required to keep in step.

Double Time

Marching at twice the cadence of "Forward March;" 100 to 180 steps per min. something of a light jog.…

An illustration of a bank draft payable to order.

Draft Payable to Order

An illustration of a bank draft payable to order.

"In architecture, the swelling or outward curve of the profile of the shaft of a column. Entasis. e e, arcs of entasis." -Whitney, 1911

Entasis

"In architecture, the swelling or outward curve of the profile of the shaft of a column. Entasis. e…

At the command right, turn the head to the right oblique, eyes fixed on the line of eyes of the men in, or supposed to be in, the same rank." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Eyes right

At the command right, turn the head to the right oblique, eyes fixed on the line of eyes of the men…

"This is a form consisting of six rectangular vertical faces each of which intersects two of the horizontal axes equally and the intermediate horizontal axis at one-half this distance." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Prism of the first order

"This is a form consisting of six rectangular vertical faces each of which intersects two of the horizontal…

Order give to soldiers instructing them to attach their bayonets to the end of their rifles.

Fix Bayonet

Order give to soldiers instructing them to attach their bayonets to the end of their rifles.

Demonstration of the command to go forward.

Forward, Etc.

Demonstration of the command to go forward.

Used to stop a unit (formation) from marching by calling it ether on the right or left foot.

Halt

Used to stop a unit (formation) from marching by calling it ether on the right or left foot.

"Hexagonal prism of the first order, consisting of six faces also parallel to the hexad axis, but perpendicular to the other set of three vertical planes of symmetry." -The Encyclopedia Britannica 1910

Hexagonal Prism of the First Order

"Hexagonal prism of the first order, consisting of six faces also parallel to the hexad axis, but perpendicular…

"This Order was instituted by Her Majesty the Queen, in the year 1861, for bestowing honor upon the people of her Indian Empire. The Order consists of the Sovereign, a Grand Master, always to be Governor-General of India, and twenty-five Knights, with such Honorary Knights as the Crown may appoint. The Knights are to include both Naval, Military, and Civil officers, and natives of India."&mdash;Aveling, 1891

Insignia of the Order of the Star of India

"This Order was instituted by Her Majesty the Queen, in the year 1861, for bestowing honor upon the…

One of the three orders of classical architecture. It originated in the mid-6th century BC.

Ionic Order

One of the three orders of classical architecture. It originated in the mid-6th century BC.

"In the second order of levers, the resistance is between the fulcrum and the power; and, as before, P : W :: BF : AF, but the pressure of the fulcrum is equal to W-P, or the weight less the power."&mdash;Pettigrew, 1874

Second Kind of Lever

"In the second order of levers, the resistance is between the fulcrum and the power; and, as before,…

"In the third order of lever the power acts between the prop and the resistance, where also P : W :: BF : AF, and the pressure on the fulcrum is P-W, or the power less the weight."&mdash;&mdash;Pettigrew, 1874

Third Kind of Lever

"In the third order of lever the power acts between the prop and the resistance, where also P : W ::…

Command used to instruct soldiers to lie flat on the ground.

Lie Down

Command used to instruct soldiers to lie flat on the ground.

Command given to order troops to select a new target.

New Target

Command given to order troops to select a new target.

Illustration of children holding number cards that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving addition, subtraction, and comparison.

Children Holding Number Cards

Illustration of children holding number cards that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving…

"The butt rests evenly on the ground, barrel to the rear, toe of the butt on a line with toe of, and touhcing, the right shoe, arm and hands hanging naturally right hand holding the piece between the thumb and fingers." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Order arms standing

"The butt rests evenly on the ground, barrel to the rear, toe of the butt on a line with toe of, and…

The badge of the Order of Cincinnatus.

Order of Cincinnatus

The badge of the Order of Cincinnatus.

"The religious Order of the Heavenly Annunciation, or of the Nuns of the Annunciation of Mary, was instituted by Victoria Fornare at Genoa in 1682, after the rule of St. Augustine. All the convents of the order in France, Germany, and the Netherlands have disappeared since the French Revolution. Some still exist in Italy." &mdash; Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Order of the Annunciation

"The religious Order of the Heavenly Annunciation, or of the Nuns of the Annunciation of Mary, was instituted…

"Star of the order of the Thistle." &mdash; Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Order of the Thistle

"Star of the order of the Thistle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

"Doric Order. From the Temple at Selinus." &mdash;D'Anvers, 1895

Doric Order

"Doric Order. From the Temple at Selinus." —D'Anvers, 1895

"Ionic order. From the Temple of Athene (Minerva) at Priene." &mdash;D'Anvers, 1895

Ionic order

"Ionic order. From the Temple of Athene (Minerva) at Priene." —D'Anvers, 1895

"The prism of the first order consists of four rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects the two horizontal crystallographic axes equally." &mdash; Ford, 1912

First order prism

"The prism of the first order consists of four rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects…

"The prism of the second order consists of four rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects one horizontal crystallographic axis and is parallel to the other two axes." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Second order prism

"The prism of the second order consists of four rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects…

"The pyramid of the first order is a form consisting of eight isoceles triangular faces, each of which interesects all three crystallographic axes, the intercepts upon the two horizontal axes being equal." &mdash; Ford, 1912

First order pyramid

"The pyramid of the first order is a form consisting of eight isoceles triangular faces, each of which…

"The pyramid of the second order is a form composed of eight isoceles triangular faces, each of which intersects one horizontal axis and the vertical axis and is parallel to the second horizontal axis." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Second order pyramid

"The pyramid of the second order is a form composed of eight isoceles triangular faces, each of which…

The signal to march at the faster pace of 'quick time.' The Royal Navy marches at a cadence of 116 paces to the minute in quick time.

Quick Time

The signal to march at the faster pace of 'quick time.' The Royal Navy marches at a cadence of 116 paces…

"The inner or primary bow is much brighter than the other; the outer or secondary bow has the order of colors revered, as indicated." -Avery 1895

Secondary Rainbow

"The inner or primary bow is much brighter than the other; the outer or secondary bow has the order…

The distance to a target, or to the subject of discussion. Reach of a detector or weapon.

Range

The distance to a target, or to the subject of discussion. Reach of a detector or weapon.

Command given to order troops to prepare for battle.

Ready

Command given to order troops to prepare for battle.

Illustration of a child measuring with rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving comparison, measurement, etc.

Child Holding Rulers

Illustration of a child measuring with rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving…

Illustration of two children holding rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving comparison, taller, shorter, highest, lowest, etc.

Children Holding Rulers

Illustration of two children holding rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving…

Illustration of children holding rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving comparison, taller, shorter, highest, lowest, etc.

Children Holding Rulers

Illustration of children holding rulers that can be used to write mathematics story problems involving…

"When publishing orderes, calling the roll, etc., the saber is held suspended from the right wrist by the saber knot, when the saber knot is used it is placed on the wrist before drawing saber and taken off after returning saber." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Drawn saber

"When publishing orderes, calling the roll, etc., the saber is held suspended from the right wrist by…

"This is a form consisting of six rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects two of the horizontal axes equally and the immediate horizontal axis at one half this distance." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Prism of the second order

"This is a form consisting of six rectangular vertical faces, each of which intersects two of the horizontal…

"This is a form composed of twelve isoceles triangular faces, each of which intersects two of the horizontal axes equally, the third and immediate horizontal axis at one-half this distance, and also intersects the vertical axis." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Pyramid of the second order

"This is a form composed of twelve isoceles triangular faces, each of which intersects two of the horizontal…

Signal to inform the troops that the next signal will be directed at a certain 'section' rather than everyone.

Section

Signal to inform the troops that the next signal will be directed at a certain 'section' rather than…

Signal to inform the troops that the next signal will be directed at a certain 'squad' rather than everyone.

Squad

Signal to inform the troops that the next signal will be directed at a certain 'squad' rather than everyone.

"Extend the arm vertically above the head; carry it laterally downward to the side and swing it several times between the vertical and downward positions." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Squad right about, march

"Extend the arm vertically above the head; carry it laterally downward to the side and swing it several…

"Raise the arm laterally until horizontal; carry it downward to the side and swing it several times between the downward and horizontal positions." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Squads left, march

"Raise the arm laterally until horizontal; carry it downward to the side and swing it several times…

"Raise the arm laterally until horizontal; carry it to a vertical position above the head and swing it several times between the vertical and horizontal positions." &&mdash; Moss, 1914

Squads right, march

"Raise the arm laterally until horizontal; carry it to a vertical position above the head and swing…

Order given to troops instructing them to stop firing. Weapons are held, locked and loaded so that they may resume fire at an instant.

Suspend Firing

Order given to troops instructing them to stop firing. Weapons are held, locked and loaded so that they…

"Applied to one of the 5 orders of arch, which allows no ornaments or flinting." &mdash; Williams, 1889

Tuscan order

"Applied to one of the 5 orders of arch, which allows no ornaments or flinting." — Williams, 1889