Instead, messages will be organized entirely around the sender.
Did he denounce the involvement of organized crime in the abduction and disappearance of 43 students in the nearby city of Iguala?
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“One thing that happened in Egypt, women were not organized,” she said at the Women in the World summit.
I viewed the first iteration of Arrested Development the same way: organized chaos.
Next, he organized a church with four other men who had come from America.
It is stated that the Oneida Indians have organized a cornet band.
An army was organized; weapons and equipment were assembled.
The 107th Ohio, (German,) was organized and largely recruited in Cleveland.
Ipswich had been organized in 1635 with some of the most intelligent and wealthy colonists.
1590s, "furnished with organs," past participle adjective from organize (v.). Meaning "forming a whole of interdependent parts" is from 1817. Organized crime attested from 1929.
organize or·gan·ize (ôr'gə-nīz')
v. or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing, or·gan·iz·es
To put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.
To arrange in a coherent form.