Thirty-four years later (after sorting through his long-lost paperwork), Rascon received a prestigious Medal of Honor.
Wherein the magazine does a decent job of adding up all the swing-state chatter and sorting out who needs to win what.
Mainly so the rest of the sorting and drying can begin when the downpours get too heavy to be out in the fields.
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."