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I have a post type that includes a taxonomy for (1) location and (2) a day of the week.

I'm using the first taxonomy to sort the posts into groups. Here's the loop I'm using:

<?php 
$terms = get_terms('cell-locations');
$argv = array(
                'orderby'       =>  'by_term',
                'hide_empty'    => false
                );
foreach ($terms as $term) {
  $wpq = array ('taxonomy'=>'cell-locations','term'=>$term->slug);
  $myquery = new WP_Query ($wpq);
  $article_count = $myquery->post_count;
  echo '<div class="accordionButton">';
  echo "<h2 class=\"cellHeader\" id=\"".$term->slug."\">";
  echo $term->name;
  echo "</h2>";
  echo '</div>';
  echo '<div class="accordionContent">';
  if ($article_count) {
     echo "<ul class='cell_list'>";
     while ($myquery->have_posts()) : $myquery->the_post();?>
                            <li class="cell-item">
                                <ul class="cell-list">
                                    <li><?php $terms_as_text = get_the_term_list( $post->ID, 'cell-days', '', ', ', '' ) ;
                                        echo strip_tags($terms_as_text);
                                    ?> </li>
                                    <li> <? echo get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), '_cell_leader', true); ?> / <?php echo get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), '_cell_apprentice', true)?></li>
                                    <li>Get in touch with <a href="mailto:<?php echo get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), '_cell_leader_email', true);?>"><?php echo get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), '_cell_leader', true);?></a></li>
                                </ul>
                            </li>

     <?php endwhile;
     echo "</ul>";
  }
  echo '</div>';
}
?>

This gives me a nice accordion-style layout based on the taxonomy term, "cells-location." This works all fine, except I now want to sort the posts within each location according to the other taxonomy, "cells-days." I've used a plugin to give them a sort order (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/taxonomy-terms-order/). The api for the plugin offers the following query arguments to call the posts in order:

 $argv = array(
                'orderby'       =>  'term_order',
                'hide_empty'    => false
                );
get_terms('category', $argv);

I'm having trouble creating this second loop within the first loop. Any thoughts or suggestions?

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