well-sorted

well-sorted

[′wel ¦sȯrd·əd]
(geology)
Referring to a sorted sediment that consists of particles of approximately the same size and has a sorting coefficient of less than 2.5.
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Well-sorted waste types can then be used more efficiently and serve as an adequate substitute for primary raw materials.
It turns into corners with remarkably little body roll, much like a well-sorted estate car rather than any kind of people carrier.
I am not being sarcastic: his positions on things were well-sorted, sage, dogmatic but not pedantic.
The CX-9 is a rare example of a crossover that still blends a great deal of driving fun with all the utility thanks to a well-sorted chassis and communicative steering.
The personal satisfaction I get from a well-sorted sock drawer is indescribable.
"We just had to look at the image of the streamers, and we can see all of the dust grains well-sorted by size.
It's also got a well-sorted cabin with good ergonomics and, most importantly for this time of year, excellent heated seats.
And even ordinary partisans, who are less well-sorted than party elites, might like their own party somewhat less than they used to.
So all in all, a really well-sorted package which looks great, goes great and will satisfy everyone from a nervous newbie to all but the most irredeemable hooligan.
"The KDF and NIS are well-sorted each month and on time.
3) Dredgers usually leave well-sorted (look up the geologic term) piles of gravel, which make good spawning habitat for salmonids and other fish species.