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unorganized

, unorganised
Biology nonliving; inorganic
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women in the unorganized sector to lead this action research process and advocacy agenda.
Organized and unorganized retail sectors are viewed in multiple ways.
They actively work at unorganized markets in Almaty, Shymkent, Astana and in other regions.
Among the social groups about 93 to 94 percent of the socially vulnerable groups such as STs, SCs and OBCs are working as unorganized labour.
1992) proposed an algorithm accepting an unorganized point set located on (or in the vicinity of) an unknown manifold to produce a simplified surface approximating the given manifold.
Perhaps most chillingly, scholars at the University of Michigan Survey Research Center have documented a stunning decline in unstructured, unorganized "free time," with kids losing a dozen hours a week of unfettered hang time since the late '70s.
Research indicates that the best guidelines for developing real world problems are those which encourage unorganized, ill-structured, and open-ended problems.
In the unorganized township of Meldrum on the western point of Manitoulin Island lies a Lafarge Canada Inc.
Here, the Steelworkers have started opening up their union to unorganized individuals, but for most Americans the unions remain a distant, inaccessible fortress.
Some may seem knowledgeable and insightful during class discussion but turn in unorganized, poorly written papers.
Inefficiency and counterproductivity are just two of the many pitfalls of an unorganized mind, asserts Todd C.
He found tens of thousands of unorganized dossiers, many of them crumbling and most of them incomplete.