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formed into a structured or coherent whole

methodical and efficient in arrangement or function

being a member of or formed into a labor union

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There were "locals" in every big city and town, and they were being organized rapidly in the smaller places; a local had anywhere from six to a thousand members, and there were fourteen hundred of them in all, with a total of about twenty-five thousand members, who paid dues to support the organization.
The Socialists were organized in every civilized nation; it was an international political party, said Ostrinski, the greatest the world had ever known.
The Black Hundreds were reactionary mobs organized by the perishing Autocracy in the Russian Revolution.
These two defeats had been very disastrous to organized labor.
I believe, indeed I affirm, that the moon has been inhabited by a human race organized like our own; that she has produced animals anatomically formed like the terrestrial animals: but I add that these races, human and animal, have had their day, and are now forever extinct
By degrees the consequences of these phenomena showed themselves in the disappearance of organized beings, and by the disappearance of vegetation.
Two months after the Western Union had given its weighty endorsement to the telephone, these men organized a company to do business in New England only, and put fifty thousand dollars in its treasury.
He persuaded half a dozen of his post office friends to buy stock, so that in less than two months the first "Bell Telephone Company" was organized, with $450,000 capital and a service of twelve thousand telephones.
The announcement of organized labour in the morning papers that it was prepared to stay out a month or three months was laughed at.
From time to time the city was placarded with the proclamations of organized labour--these had been printed months before, and evidenced how thoroughly the I.
It was true, the old-timers who worked for him, in order to be saved from the club of the organized owners, were made foremen over the gang of chechaquos; but this, with Daylight, was a matter of heart, not head.
Of course, yacht racing is an organized pastime, a function of social idleness ministering to the vanity of certain wealthy inhabitants of these isles nearly as much as to their inborn love of the sea.
The higher authorities and the police organized the distribution of goods left behind by the French.
The middle and upper classes awoke to some extent to their duty to the poor, and sympathetic benevolent effort, both organized and informal, increased very largely in amount and intelligence.
Organized wages won't buy as much now as unorganized wages used to buy.
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