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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Dustin Stockton, a former Breitbart employee who was helping plan the event, helped find space for them at a rally the prior evening, which had been organized by a group called the 80 Percent Coalition.
When cleverly organized into “networks,” the result is a “quantum brain” that can process data and save it inside the same network structure—similar to how our brains work.
Consider organizing your image content so that URLs are constructed logically.
It is unfortunate to see the president of the organizing committee make a remark like that.
She organized prayer chains for strangers and friends dealing with illness or loss.
All but one of the five contributors are photographers, some of whose pictures are organized into visual essays.
Amazon’s battle with the union trying to organize its Bessemer warehouse workers is scheduled to begin Monday, when the National Labor Relations Board mails ballots to 5,805 workers there.
Clusters of online hate seem to organize into groups, they found.
For more than a year, a loosely organized coalition of operatives scrambled to shore up America’s institutions as they came under simultaneous attack from a remorseless pandemic and an autocratically inclined President.
Tarrio has denied that the Proud Boys organized any violence at the Capitol.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION