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Synonyms for organic

Synonyms for organic

produced by nature; not artificial or manmade

Synonyms for organic

a fertilizer that is derived from animal or vegetable matter

relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis

being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms

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involving or affecting physiology or bodily organs

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of or relating to foodstuff grown or raised without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides or hormones

simple and healthful and close to nature

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constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup)

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However, the patient did show evidence of organicity on psychological testing.
The organicity of the Senecan tragic supported by a baroque psychology of excess and cruelty, of paroxysm, convolutions and heavy bleeding, is symptomatic for the return of the repressed (the ignored, the circumvented) tragically fuelled through tradition from the comic reserves.
Law as the object of reason as legal science is therefore thought to possess the attributes of historicity, organicity, necessity, scientific pliability, and constant, self-generated development as long as the spirit of the people lives.
16) About that same exhibition, Roberta Smith noted, "She had taken Pollock's dripped-paint technique and de Kooning's open-ended improvisation, along with Arshile Gorky's overripe organicity, adding paint thinned to a watery liquid .
Through this interdisciplinary declension, the notion of sustainability retains a minimal definition, while it functions as an occasion for describing the curricular offering and rehearsing its relevance in the guise of a new organicity without any apparent conflicts of faculties.
Moreover, the 'evolutionary' process of her sculptures attests to her approach to the nature surrounding her, which serves as an inexhaustible source of inspiration, both in her choice of a work substance found in nature and in her reference to qualities such as organicity and amorphousness which are associated with the natural world.
All those meeting ICD 10 criteria for alcohol dependence syndrome, those who gave consent, were between 18 to 65 years of age, and did not have any organicity and no other addiction were included in the study.
Tomblen and Reznikoff (1956) found that poor integration of figure drawings was associated with organicity in adults.
No other symptoms were documented, which required looking at organicity in the genesis of syncope that demanded imaging studies (CT and cerebral MRI).
Consider the Lapka, a recently launched "personal environment monitor" that allows people to measure "the hidden qualities of [their] surroundings," including the organicity of fruits and vegetables, using a stainless-steel probe plugged into their smartphones.
We found from the study that the main contextual factors influencing innovation of new product in the production process originate from the rationality of the decision making process and the organicity of structure.
Anderson, Covin, and Slevin (2009) confirm the direct effect of EO on strategic learning capability, and mediating effects for structural organicity, market responsiveness, and strategy formation.
The post-9/11 proliferation of these texts is due to their offering the pleasure of a native informant's testimonial around issues such as modernity's organicity in Iran, or the so-called universal human condition that Iranians are imagined to best exemplify, all the while sharing in the nationalist melancholia felt by the narrator for modernity's decline in the wake of the IRI's ascent.
Four variables were used to measure this construct: innovative ability, quality, cost effectiveness, and organicity.