Mr McGuinness has said on several occasions that he was a member of the IRA, but claims he left the organisation in 1974.
The Duke, who is patron of the Trust's 50th anniversary, paid tribute to the organisation, which he said "inspires" him.
The organisation claimed she had lost an estimated 100 birds over the last decade.
The royal brothers have written to the Terrence Higgins Trust, praising the organisation for supporting people with the virus.
The UN's organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), has had some kind words for him as well.
Labour Protection has not, it is true, by any means reached its full development either in aim and scope or in organisation.
So long as we feel unable to improve on this organisation we shall have these inequalities.
In some way or other, in England as in so many other countries, a United Socialist organisation will be constituted.
Because there was not yet enough human material for the organisation of all the branches of industry?
He gave no thought to the organisation of the paper as a business undertaking.
mid-15c., "act of organizing," from Middle French organisation and directly from Medieval Latin organizationem (nominative organizatio), noun of action from past participle stem of organizare, from Latin organum "instrument, organ" (see organ). Meaning "system, establishment" is from 1873. Organization man is from title of 1956 book by American sociologist William H. Whyte (1917-1999). Related: Organizational.
organization or·gan·i·za·tion (ôr'gə-nĭ-zā'shən)
The act or process of organizing.
The state or manner of being organized.
Something that has been organized or made into an ordered whole.
Something made up of elements with varied functions that contribute to the whole and to collective functions.
A structure through which individuals cooperate systematically to conduct business.
The conversion of coagulated blood, exudate, or dead tissue into fibrous tissue.