Some articles on organized:
... Several strikes and meetings were organized by anti-Soviet political organizations in Tbilisi ... In response, the anti-Soviet groups organized a series of unsanctioned meetings across the republic, claiming that the Soviet government was using Abkhaz separatism in order to oppose the pro-independence movement ... Giorgi Chanturia, Irakli Bathiashvili, Irakli Tsereteli and others) organized a peaceful demonstration and hunger strikes, demanding the punishment of ...
... Organized crime in California involves the criminal activities of organized crime groups, gangs, criminal extremists, and terrorists in California ...
... This is a timeline of the history of organized crime ... See also Organized crime in Chicago Note Sources included are Carl Sifakis's The Mafia Encyclopedia, Herbert Asbury's The Gangs of New York and others ... compiled by the United States Department of Justice Criminal Division's Organized Crime Intelligence and Analysis Unit ...
... Down By The Laituri (often shortened to DBTL) is a rock festival organized annually in the city of Turku, Finland since 1988 ... In the month of July, the festival is organized next to the river Aura in Turku's city center ... In Finland, DBTL is the largest and oldest festival to be organized in a city center ...
... Organized retail crime refers to professional shoplifting, cargo theft, retail crime rings and other organized crime occurring in retail environments ... One person acting alone is not considered an example of organized retail crime ... has estimated that the losses attributed to organized retail crime could reach as much as $30 billion a year ...
More definitions of "organized":
- (adj): Formed into a structured or coherent whole.
Example: "Organized religion"; "organized crime"; "an organized tour"
- (adj): Methodical and efficient in arrangement or function.
Example: "How well organized she is"; "his life was almost too organized"
Famous quotes containing the word organized:
“Science is, I believe, nothing but trained and organized common sense, differing from the latter only as a veteran may”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“Nonwhite and working-class women, if they are ever to identify with the organized womens movement, must see their own diverse experiences reflected in the practice and policy statements of these predominantly white middle-class groups.”
—Kimberly Crenshaw (b. 1959)
“Basically, I have no place in organized politics. By coming to the British Parliament, Ive allowed the people to sacrifice me at the top and let go the more effective job I should be doing at the bottom.”
—Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947)