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- adv. In an organic manner.
- adv. In the manner of a living organism.
- adv. As part of an organized whole.
- adv. Inherently, naturally or constitutionally.
- adv. From, or using organic matter.
- adv. With regard to organic husbandry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an organic manner; by means of organs or with reference to organic functions; hence, fundamentally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an organic manner; by or with organs; with reference to organic structure or disposition of parts; by or through organization.
- In pathology, with reference to the structure of an organ: opposed to functionally.
- With derivation from organic or organized matter: as, organically derived detrital rocks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. as an important constituent
- adv. involving carbon compounds
- adv. in an organic manner
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Was any of this the result of conscious choice, or did it just arise organically from the story at hand?
This will happen organically from the main points you wanted to ensure got included in your post.
In contrast to Anna Freud, who located the origins of defenses in the sexual conflicts of a child, Vaillant sees adaptations as arising organically from the pain of experience and playing out through the whole lifespan.
Q: Your protagonist Emma Streat is feisty and opinionated, yet her motivations are always authentic and come organically from the story.
As De Soto has pointed out, the elites of most Lation American countries adopted the constitutions, government forms and other US institutions when they gained independence, but very similar institutions existing in very different cultures produced very different results, because the institutions didn't grow organically from the culture, they were foreign institutions grafted onto the culture.
It was just indescribable, incredible concentrated learning experience with kindred spirits, sprouting organically from the soil of those shared practices.
Buying small startup and growing them organically is not going to do it.
The filmmakers 'brilliance is devising a new style perfectly suited to and growing organically from the physique and limitations of a panda.
Some stuff was always intended, and some things have grown organically from the creative process -- which is partly what makes it so much fun.
They give their children the time and space to grow up with stories, to enjoy them, so that the association develops slowly, organically, is not imposed.
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