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Having or showing good organization:‘a stable, well-organized political system’
- ‘The report did confirm that the premises were generally very clean, tidy and well-organised.’
- ‘The interface and search engine is well-organized and usually very stable.’
- ‘The citizens are presented as eloquent and well-organised with a reasoned political strategy.’
- ‘No, sir, this is the time to crank open your well-organized collection of business cards.’
- ‘There's a strong touring culture here, too, which means a well-organised system of camp sites.’
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