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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sort.
- adj. Put into some order by sorting.
- adj. In good order, under control.
- adj. In possession of a sufficient supply, especially of narcotics.
- interj. A general expression of approval.
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- adj. arranged into groups
- adj. arranged according to size
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That the speed of light is absolute makes it a tad tricky, but Einstein sorted it and so will you when you've listened to this.
At the outset, they might look similar, but the gifted are soon sorted from the deluded.
Indeed, the arrival of the much-anticipated college admissions office envelope represents a moment of truth — a judgment day of sorts when the talented, the impressive, and the worthy, are sorted from the merely average; and hopeful youngsters learn whether they are destined for greatness or for unremarkable, middling lives.
After a fairly strenuous interview process, the wheat is sorted from the chaff with the most physically demanding task assigned to the applicants.
It wasn't until the night before the four-round tournament teed off that Kingi's mum Jacqueline realised Tyla wasn't in the field, although a few hurried phone calls sorted the problem.
I just sorted the library on Name & now selecting from the grid plays the first track title sorted alphabetically.
Because this needs to be sorted, that is why I am now trying to get a responce this way...
With the last name sorted lists we have now long distance calls are mixed in with the local calls; we could district localize the calling.
I answered the phones for an hour and in between calls sorted mail for the doctors.
"Critics ask why people come on at all but if someone is addicted to heroin and they think they could come on the show, have an honest discussion and then get a detox, counselling and some sort of rehab sorted, that is their choice."