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The order had "already" (previously) been shipped.
The order is "all ready" (all prepared) to be shipped.
"Already" is nothing more than a misspelling of "all ready."
According to the 1980 "Words on Words, A Dictionary for Writers and Others Who Care About Words," by John B. Bremner, there is no word "alright." He added "it is not all right, not at all right." He was my Journalism prof in 1960 at the University of San Diego. Thanks.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|