- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of alphabetize.
“You might consider changing the author section so it alphabetizes on last name instead of first name.”
“It figures that a perp who alphabetizes CDs is smart enough to wear gloves while leaving a note.”
“Instead, you want a clean, informative headline that alphabetizes well (no punctuation, numbers or articles at the start), along with a totally straight, totally informative lede graf.”
“I have found someone else who alphabetizes their books, CDs and DVDs!”
“Notagain drinks a glass of Romulan ale, then alphabetizes her print-outs from the IG-LIT newsfeed.”
“She alphabetizes the videotape library and has the vacuum cleaner repaired.”
“My kitchen may not match Colin Cowie's in organizational splendor (he alphabetizes his spice rack ... drool), but I do have some pretty intense feelings about the importance of labels, clear plastic storage containers, wire racks, and using vertical space, like the insides of cabinet doors.”
“(Yes the iPod alphabetizes by first name, so unless you go through ALL your artist tags and change them to Branch, Michelle, get used to looking everyone up by first name)”
“Niebuhr said she's become so obsessed with her coupons that she bought a "coupon wallet" that alphabetizes all of them so she can find them easily as she shops.”
“Yes, this would mean violating your physician's instructions, but find me a person who has always obeyed physician instructions to the letter on every drug they've ever taken, and I'll show you someone who alphabetizes their underwear drawer. separate the two drugs?”
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