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  • adj. Alternative spelling of organized.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of organise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. being a member of or formed into a labor union


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  • Everything, furthermore, points in the direction of our believing that at the beginning of this chain there existed an organism of the very simplest kind, something, in fact, like those which we call organised germs.

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  • A simple way to keep all that paperwork organised is to store it in a document wallet or folder.

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  • The charge involves "giving intelligence to the enemy", which is defined as "organised opposing forces in time of war but also other hostile body that our forces may be opposing such as a rebellious mob or a band of renegades".

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  • Melvin organised a meeting with the most important people in Zandpoort and the Westland: Mayor Uitjes, Sherrif Ezekiel, Old Gerrit who guards the Zandpoort, Barney the woodworker who agreed to make a door to close off the portal, Archmage Dilbert Fonkin McGlimm of the clan McGlimm, and Baron Van Nunen, who is in charge of the Van Nunen Mail Company.

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  • The variety of independent spheres of life today opens greater possibilities than the Pleistocene did for individuals to fit in, to lead and to follow in organised groups.

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  • I agree with Ian and Big Fella - its surely not going to be long before vigilantes start appearing in organised groups, then the riots will start and then what?

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  • Someone is obviously worried that teenage hooligans will be bussed into the area in organised gangs to flour bomb the old people who lets face it are asleep in front of the telly by 9pm.

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  • Of the three types of activity monitored during the study (walking, unstructured play and participation in organised clubs), walking used up the most activity calories.

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  • They're not really "kids with CopyBots" any more — they might even become classified as organised crime and be charged with that on court.

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  • Things are in organised piles on the floor next to the wall instead of one huge pile in the middle. I lean slightly to the right


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