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- n. The property of being messy.
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- n. a state of confusion and disorderliness
- n. the trait of being untidy and messy
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But the real messiness is that everyone can experience all of that.
Nevertheless, you are right to be concerned: the chance for overlapping emotional messiness is fairly strong.
Four principles of organization change: A leaf can be on many branches, messiness is a virtue, the owners of the information no longer own the organization of that information, and users are contributors.
ARCHER: No. I think the messiness was a result of his psychosis.
Drugwise: "messiness" rather than loviness, speediness or stonedness seems to be the optimum state.
When the money addict disallows this "messiness" he puts a hamper on personal growth for himself and those around him.
The "messiness" you speak of is very real, and from my experiences, I have decided that it's best on a personal level to stick with what you know, and not what you feel, but to keep an open mind to the pursuit of faith and morals.
I think the "messiness" is what makes it look so cute...like Ice cream!
The 'messiness' of your work is so appealing; how I wish I could loosen up like that.
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