C# list in specific order

I need to promote a specific object within a list to the start of the list so it is retrieved first in a foreach loop.

Can this be done?
if so how but if not what's the alternative?
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
yes this can be done.

List<MyClass> x = new List<MyClass>();

x = x.OrderBy(i=> i.Sort_Order);

the other way you can do it is just to remove that specific item, and insert it at 0:

MyClass myPriorityItem = x.Where(i => i.TheId == 1).SingleOrDefault();

if (myPriorityItem != null)
      x.Insert(0, myPriorityItem);

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