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- adj. Poorly organised, lacking the ability to organise.
- adj. Not organised, not having any arrangement.
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- adj. not affiliated in a trade union
- adj. not having or belonging to a structured whole
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But I insisted on having a look, and of course it was kind of unorganised but had an incredible profound beauty.
Currently, at least 95% of agricultural produce reaches the end consumer through unorganised marketing channels like mandis, which many a times leads to price fluctuations, wastage and poor quality, according to MVS Efarm.
They can now play China off against the US and a feeble and unorganised Europe, just as Nasser and Hafez al-Assad did with the Soviet Union.
"There was a sense of alienation among minorities and workers of the unorganised sector," says Sen, a lanky man with a thoughtful demeanour who joined the party 45 years ago.
So far, everything appears to be slightly unorganised and for a production, there is a serious lack of focus or direction.
A spokesman said: The proof that Wendy Alexander's U-turn was an unorganised and freelance operation is confirmed by Downing Street's failure to endorse her comments.
They didn't see it was a struggle they must lose in the end, and so for twenty-five years the scrappy, unorganised warfare had smouldered on, with every now and then a real dust-up to stoke the growing hatred and mistrust on both sides.
Nearly 20 years later the National Commission on Rural Labour (NCRL: 1987-91) visualised the same scenario and the same contributory factors leading to the present status of unorganised rural labour in India.
The first National Commission on Labour (1966-69) defined unorganised labour as those who have not been able to organise themselves in pursuit of common objectives on account of constraints like casual nature of employment, ignorance and illiteracy, small and scattered size of establishments and position of power enjoyed by employers because of the nature of industry etc.
Also, Robin Hood and Doctor Who have created more competition for the show and ITV is extremely unorganised at advertising etc.