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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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Finally, we hypothesize that managers who are younger, have less organizational tenure, and more formal education place more emphasis on organicity. As flexibility may decrease and resistance to change may increase with age (Wiersema/Bantel 1992) we may expect younger managers to place greater emphasis on flexibility which is salient in the organicity dimension.
The attributes of organicity studies focused on the internally generated innovations.
Covin and Slevin (1986) have suggested that their model can be tested by comparing overall performance after mean scores for style and organicity have been used to classify firms into different types.
Research and theory suggest that structural organicity is positively associated with the use of a participative top management style.
In brief, Quinn and Cameron's model moves from stages emphasizing entrepreneurship to formalization and then to organicity.
Previous empirical research found that corporate ideology is characterized by three underlying dimensions: progressive decision-making, social responsibility, and organicity (Goll 1991; Goll and Sambharya 1990; Goll and Zeitz 1991).
The difference between totality and organicity is, for Lawrence, that between a denial and an affirmation of the body.
It stresses the organicity and trustworthiness of the female body, the natural rhythmicity of labor, the integrity of the family, and self-responsibility.
This left Tasso's theories of the epic in a state of "oscillation" (299) between the conflicting requirements of variety and unity, and the resulting dissonance between the organicity of the work and its multiple stylistic registers captured the aesthetic dilemma of Mannerism itself.
Ambiguities in concepts and studies of brain damage and organicity. J Nerv Ment Dis 1962;135:311-23.
To put this in Gramscian-Foucauldian terms, the very organicity of one's politics is subtended and professionally produced by one's specific positionality.
Watkins does, it is true, put forward a requirement of unity or 'organicity' that acceptable scientific theories must satisfy.
For De Castris, Lukacs's notion of the "typical," (like Della Volpe's conception of "semantic organicity," like Croce's "poesia e non poesia,") is predetermined by that over-arching, a-priori, essence or quality called "Art." So in spite of Marxism's critique of metaphysics and its defence of historicity, the religion of art remained unscarred, redimensioned only by the adjective "Marxist": "Estetica marxista vuol dire questo: un altro modo teorico di definire i contenuti di una forma che e per sua natura pregiudiziale a ogni possibile contenuto, e cioe a un modo teorico di salvarne la sostanziale eternita e di garantirene la necessita e la funzione nella prospettiva della societa futura, e intanto di preservarla dalle contraddizioni del processo storico" (19).
Thus, the construction of authenticity is expressed in Rama through values such as organicity and tradition, incorporated into his critical thought so as to ensure the existence of Latin America.
Thus, we reorganized, the whole, aiming to give more organicity and movement to the analysis process, illustrating the persuasion of the reader about the popular science themes present in the selected cases.