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1, Science is organized knowledge.
2, The conference was very well organized.
3, Some enterprising girls organized a sponsored walk.
4, We banded ourselves together and organized a committee.
5, The introduction explains how the chapters are organized.
6, A deputation of 40 strikers was organized.
7, Be highly organized and effecient.
8, The Government hastily organized defensive measures against the raids.
9, He organized the workers into a trade union.
10, They organized a meeting between the teachers and students.
11, The course was organized by a training company.
12, He organized the team with military precision.
13, The book is well organized in terms of plot.
14, They organized the festival jointly with the French cultural service.
15, The police probe into organized crime led to several arrests.
16, Local residents have organized a protest against the planned dump site.
17, The local council has organized a two-mile fun run for charity.
18, The Tokyo police department is clamping down on organized crime.
19, The department was badly organized until she took charge of it.
20, The quiz will be a team event organized by the local school.
21, Organized groups of citizens are more successful at changing the government's mind.
22, I don't like going on organized tours.
23, The event was organized jointly by students and staff.
24, Who organized the conspiracy against the president?
25, She objects to the ritual of organized religion.
26, He's involved in some sort of organized crime caper.
27, The college only admits visitors in organized groups.
28, Villagers have organized a lobby for improved local facilities.
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30, They are revving up for one of the biggest fund-raising events ever organized.
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