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lacking order or methodical arrangement or function

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Critique: Impressively well written, organized and presented, "The Impulsive, Disorganized Child" will prove to be an especially informed and informative read for both parents and professionals with respect to assisting ADHD children to succeed in school and at home.
But those effects pale in comparison with having whole stretches of DNA suddenly accessible and acted on by the cell when heterochromatin becomes disorganized, Miller says.
MANILA -- Going out to the court relaxed and disorganized against a shattered opponent proved costly for the NLEX Road Warriors, one of its forwards said.
To that, we like to say, "yes, and disorganized chaos eats both for dinner.
Addressing a forum for developing disorganized residential districts in the Makkah region, Prince Khaled said the project would focus mainly on people living in these districts, especially foreign refugees like the Burmese.
Summary: Pharmacists expressed concern over increasing graduation rates and the disorganized state of medical dispensaries, during a series of meetings with top Lebanese officials Monday.
This study found that severely obese women have a much greater chance of having eggs with multiple spindles and disorganized chromosomes.
Police use of excessive force in disorganized neighborhoods.
Understanding Disorganized Attachment: Theory and practice for working with children and adults
2nd of a series on Israel facing the PA's unilateral request for UN recognition on September 20th: Arabs use PR agencies-and Israel PR is silent and disorganized, says this writer.
According to Main and Hesse (1990) disorganized attachment develops in relationships where a caregiver frightens the infant, either by engaging in maltreatment, abuse, fear-provoking, fearful, and/or disoriented behaviors.
6 : marked by intense and often disorganized activity <At the end of the game, there was a mad scramble.
Lee, normally an excellent communicator and integrator, seemed disorganized and out of touch with his key subordinates during most of the battle.
Written by self-confessed clutter sufferer Cynthia Friedlob, Sorting It Out: One Disorganized Woman Solves the Problem of Too Much Stuff is part memoir but mostly a self-help guide drawn from personal life experience to expunging excess clutter from one's life.
Disorganized children; a guide for parents and professionals.