But, what else could folks be expected to do while they're sorting out everything else, sorting out their life?
Whoever started it, the ball will roll until the lengthy process of sorting out the last 13 years is over.
“With the first vintage, I threw away two thirds of the grapes from the sorting table over the course of 12 hours,” he recalls.
Where McGrath is so good is in sorting out the truth of this story.
Markay noted how Breitbart played an important role helping in “sorting out how advocacy journalism works in practice.”
Granger went on sorting out his papers, burning them or putting them aside.
Thither went the crowd to await the sorting and ultimate distribution.
The first operation, that is, the first thing done with the corkwood, is the sorting.
She sought ease from the tenseness of the moment in sorting the roses.
Returning home later in the afternoon, she found Mrs. Weems sitting on the living room floor, sorting a drawer of old photographs.
late 14c., from Old French sorte "class, kind," from Latin sortem (nominative sors) "lot; fate, destiny; share, portion; rank, category; sex, class, oracular response, prophecy," from PIE root *ser- (3) "to line up" (cf. Latin serere "to arrange, attach, join;" see series). The sense evolution in Vulgar Latin is from "what is allotted to one by fate," to "fortune, condition," to "rank, class, order." Out of sorts "not in usual good condition" is attested from 1620s, with literal sense of "out of stock."