Meaning organic
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1. A chemical compound that contains carbon.
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(1) Relating to an organism. (2) Derived from an organism.
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[Gk. organon, instrument, tool] Pertaining to (1) organisms or living things generally, or (2) compounds formed by living organisms, or (3) the chemistry of compounds containing carbon.
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A designation for any chemical compound that contains carbon and hydrogen.
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Anything produced by animals or originating in animals; also has to do with chemical compounds that have carbon in them
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Generally considered as originating from plants or animals, and made primarily of carbon and hydrogen. Scientists use the term organic to mean those chemical compounds which are based on carbon.
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Compounds that contain carbon chemically bound to hydrogen. They often contain other elements (particularly O, N, halogens, or S). Organic compounds were once thought to be produced only by living thi [..]
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Composed of carbon compounds; having originated from living organisms.
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Food produced with the exclusive use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin and without the use of chemicals in any fashion, including growth hormones, pesticides, fertilizers.
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Material derived from or relating to living organisms. Organic remains decay and are not preserved as well as inorganic remains in the archaeological record.
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A substance produced by plants or animals not man made. organic gardening:
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Of plant or animal origin; containing carbon compounds. Organic matter
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in gardening, organic refers to anything relating to, or derived from living organisms; soil contains organic matter such as decaying plants and living organisms (worms, fungi, microbes); organic is a [..]
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A method of gardening without using synthetic (man-made) products.
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Made of, or derived from or related to living organisms. In agriculture organic means natural. in chemistry organic means a molecule or substance that contains carbon.
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A method of crop production that eliminates the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, and genetically modified organisms. Certified by the USDA, the term "organic" [..]
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Organic as defined by BioGro®. New Zealand's organic certifying organisation. Kiwicare BioGro® Certificate.
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a term used to describe substances that originate from living matter, whether plant or animal, and occur as a result of natural processes. Organic also describes gardening and lawn care styles and products that avoid man-made ingredients. See also: organic matter, synthetic. organic matter
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Refers to something derived from living organisms and is made up of carbon-based compounds. It is also a general term used for a type of gardening using no chemical or synthetic fertilizers or pestici [..]
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Made of, or derived from or related to living organisms. In agriculture organic means "natural." in chemistry organic means "a molecule or substance that contains carbon." OVULE
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Technically, anything composed of or relating to living matter. Also used to describe earth-friendly home gardening practices and commercial production methods that meet certification requirements.
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Something that was or is alive; containing carbon. Organic material
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Applied to molecules, it denotes a structure made up of one or more carbon atoms variously bonded with other atoms such as hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, or sulfur. In a very broad sense, anything derive [..]
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Referring to substances that contain both carbon and nitrogen.
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As used to describe fertilizers and mulches, this means material derived from the bodies of plants or animals.
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A substance produced by plants or animals not man made.
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containing carbon; also, made of living things or the products of their decomposition, like humus.
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Literally, an organic compound is one containing carbon. Many organic compounds are produced from the breaking down of plant or animal remains, especially substances in rotting manure, compost and the like which in turn become plant foods. See inorganic.
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relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis; "hydrocarbons are organic compounds" a fertilizer that is derived from animal or vegetable mat [..]
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A material (e.g. pesticide) whose molecules contain carbon and hydrogen atoms. Also may refer to plants or animals which are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.
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Carbon based, living materials that are capable of decay
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made of, derived from or related to living organisms.
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Living or once living material; compounds containing carbon formed by living organisms. organic compound
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adjective. 1. designating a state or illness which is essentially somatic or physical, as compared to operational or psychogenic. 2. corresponding to the basic, or fundamental, composition of a thing, [..]
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food grown to organic standards. These typically prohibit the use of chemical pesticides and fertilisers, and require that farm animals receive no growth hormones or routine antibiotics.
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This refers to anything that is a plant or animal. It is also a method of farming that produces fruits, vegetables and plants without using chemicals or pesticides.
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Refers to substances which are derived from the decay of living organisms and which therefore contain carbon.
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Having been living at one time (like petroleum, crude oil, coal, wood, etc.) or derived from living materials and/or containing carbon and hydrogen atoms; primarily relates to plastics being derived f [..]
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Compounds containing carbon, originally derived directly or indirectly from living organisms.
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A term designating any chemical compound which contains carbon and hydrogen.
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Designation of any chemical compound containing carbon (some of the simple compounds of carbon, such as carbon dioxide, are frequently classified as inorganic compounds). To date, nearly one million o [..]
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Compounds that contain carbon, such as vitamins, carbohydrates, proteins and fats, but not minerals. Organic is a chemical term designating compounds containing a carbon skeleton plus hydrogens, oxyge [..]
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(adj) - characteristic of living things
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chemistry - referring to compounds containing carbon, excluding inorganic carbon as in carbonates
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Refers to a product that is made from plants or insects. Organic materials and products often carry certifications according to industry, for example organic fruits and vegetables.
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Any compound which consists of carbon and hydrogen with a restricted number of other elements, such as oxygen, nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorous, chlorine, etc.
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 – Substance containing carbon compounds.
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In the context of search engine optimization and search engine marketing, organic results are those listings search engines show because of their relevance to a query, not because a site owner paid fo [..]
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"A certified organically-grown coffee has been produced without synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. "
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See sideb ar.
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This is a word whose meaning has wandered so from its original intent that it is almost unrecognizable and while I was once a vocal proponent, I now pretty much ignore it. Once upon a time the word &a [..]
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Must contain at least 95% certified organically produced ingredients, certified organic processing aids, salt, and water. The other 5% ingredients must be on the National List of Allowed and Prohibite [..]
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An organic search is a process by which World Wide Web users find web sites having unpaid search engine listings, as opposed to using the pay per click (PPC) advertisement listings displayed among the [..]
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describes food produced without synthetic pesticides, artificial fertilizers, hormones, antibiotics, or genetic modification, and often using techniques such as crop rotation, compost, and biological [..]
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Crops and animals raised organically have not been exposed to synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, genetic modification, growth hormones, or antibiotics. All products labeled “Certified Organic
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Produced without the use of (most) synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, sewage sludge, or genetically modified organisms. Organic meat, eggs, and dairy come from animals fed only organic feed and give [..]
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Crops and animals raised organically have not been exposed to synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, genetic modification, growth hormones, or antibiotics. The original principles of organic farming are based on the minimal use of off-farm inputs and focus on practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony. Organic farming practices d [..]
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Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that fost [..]
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(n) a fertilizer that is derived from animal or vegetable matter(adj) relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis(adj) being or relating to or derived from or hav [..]
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Having to do with substances derived from living organisms.
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Deriving from living organisms
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any chemical containing the element carbon
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Something that is raised or grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or drugs.
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Fertilizers derived from naturally-occurring, complex organic compounds not readily soluble in water.
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Man-made organic fertilizers such as urea, IBDU, urea formaldehyde. All slow release nitrogen except urea.
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Relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis.
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According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), “organic” is a labeling term that denotes agricultural products that are grown or made under the authority of the Organic Foods Production Act. The principal guidelines for organic production are to use materials and practices that enhance biodiversity and that integrate the parts [..]
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We offer fish that were fed organic, natural ingredients in safe enclosures and are free of genetically modified products.
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Relating to a living organism (plant, animals and micro-organisms).
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Organic is a term used to describe symptoms or body functions that are resulting from or related to the organs. (Compare with psychogenic)
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search – describes search that generates results that are not paid advertisements
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produce and other ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, GMO [genetically modified organisms], or ionizing radiation. P
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The opposite of mechanistic. The basic metaphor, if you look at the world this way, is living things: the universe is like a living thing. How? A living thing is not a bunch of separate things, like the wheels and cogs of a clock, but a single, thing. It grows from a seed which contains all that is necessary to organize its growth, though it is aff [..]
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1. Referring to or derived from living organisms. 2. In chemistry, any compound containing carbon. (EPA Glossary)
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1. Referring to or derived from living organisms. 2. In chemistry, any compound containing carbon.
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1. Referring to or derived from living organisms. 2. In chemistry, any compound containing carbon.
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a. Involving the use of fertilizers or pesticides strictly of animal or vegetable origin. b. Raised or managed without the use of drugs, hormones, or synthetic chemicals.
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A natural response that comes (organically) from deep within the character/actor.
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refers to carbon-containing compounds, generally synthesized by living organisms.
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a product is classified as organic if it carries an on-pack claim to that effect, i.e. if it is made using ingredients from organic culture, produced without insecticides, herbicides, growth stimulants, etc. In some cases, where permitted by local law, a product may be described as organic which is made largely, but not entirely from organic ingred [..]
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Refers to ingredients that are of, related to, or derived from living organisms, and only involve the use of fertilizers or pesticides that are strictly of animal or vegetable origin.
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The word ‘organic’ refers to how these food products are produced. Organic production is based on a system of farming that maintains and replenishes the fertility of the soil. Organic foods are pr [..]
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In this guide, matter from living, or once-living, things.
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When referring to chemical compounds, anything that contains carbon. The original definition was more like "any chemical found in or derived from a living organism" and most chemists still f [..]
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Chemistry: of or relating to any covalently bonded compound containing carbon atoms. Biology: relating to or involving an organism or organisms.
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Relating to a substance derived from a living organism; containing carbon.
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 – Matter derived from plants or animals.
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The Organic label means that the food item has been produced in a way that helps sustain ecological balance and without using pesticides or chemical additives. Production Specifically, according to t [..]
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A compound containing carbon bound to hydrogen.
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Organic is a term used to describe products or processes that are developed without the use of 'man-made' or synthetic products or processes. In organic farming natural fertilizers, cultivat [..]
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in science, organic refers to living organisms
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("or-gan-ik"): living material or derived of living material. Something that is carbon based. Dead things can be considered organic as long as they are from something that was once a [..]
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Pertaining to, or derived from living organisms.
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natural chemical compounds found in nature, void of any synthetic substances.
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Carbon containing compounds including those existing in or derived from plants and animals, also including man-made carbon based compounds.
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Used to describe chemical substances that come from animal or plant sources. Organic substances always contain carbon. (Inorganic materials are chemical substances of mineral origin.) Also see INORGAN [..]
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A substance made up of two or more atoms of carbon. It also refers to products that have been grown without artificial fertilisers or pesticides.
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Pertaining to or derived from living organisms.
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Substances containing carbon; coming from living things.
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Literally refers to something derived from plant or animal matter. Includes anything that is or was living, made from something living, excreted from something living. The term "organic" is used to describe a philosophy of working within the laws and systems existing in nature to achieve a healthy environment that is bountiful lon [..]
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A meaningless, unregulated word on bottled-water labels, according to Food and Drug Administration rules.
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Relating to or derived from plants or animals and having a carbon basis. Not to be confused with Organic Food, which is to do with the environmentally friendly methods used to grow and process that fo [..]
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Pertaining to carbon-based compounds produced by living plants, animals or by synthetic processes. Referring to substances that are or have been alive, and therefore contain carbon molecules in their chemical structure.
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Relating to an organism. Derived from an organism.
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Composed of carbon compounds; being from the source of living organisms.
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Coming from or related to organic production. (Taken from Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 of 28 June 2007 on organic production and labelling of organic products)
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Organic is molecules whose characteristics depend on the presence of one or more carbon atoms.
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Of, related to or arising in a bodily organ; materials or chemicals containing carbon atoms. Substances derived from living organisms (plant or animal).
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Pertaining to carbon - based compounds produced by living plants, animals or by synthetic processes. Referring to substances that are or have been alive, and therefore contain carbon molecules in thei [..]
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Referring to substances that contain both carbon and nitrogen.
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Organic search results are those that have not been paid for.
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a type of farming – or a product which was grown on a farm – that avoids use of chemicals, artificial fertilizers and genetically modified crops and often employs natural methods such as crop rota [..]
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grown or raised without the use of pesticides and other chemicals. organism
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chemical definition: material based on carbon (more exactly: hydrocarbon)
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chemical compounds containing carbon atoms bonded to other carbon atoms, hydrogen atoms or other substitutes for hydrogen (e.g., halogens, sulfur, nitrogen, etc.)
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derived from a living organism.
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An image, it shows a relationship to nature or living matter as opposed to man-made images. The term references any shape that resembles a naturally occurring form or that suggests a natural, growing, [..]
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Pertaining to carbon-based compounds produced by living plants, animals or by synthetic processes. Referring to substances that are or have been alive, and therefore contain carbon molecules in their [..]
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materials that were or are alive.
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An image that shows a relationship to nature as opposed to man-made images. Any shape that resembles a naturally occurring form or that suggests a natural growing or expanding process.
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 - A description of images which are partly or wholly derived from natural forms, such as curvilinear, irregular, indicative of growth, biologically-based, etc.
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A word describing shapes and forms similar to those in nature and the opposite of geometric.
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a structure of an animal or vegetal origin.
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In the context of search engine optimization and search engine marketing, organic results are those listings search engines show because of their relevance to a query, not because a site owner paid fo [..]
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Biologically produced and containing carbon atoms as part of its structure.
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(biology) Pertaining to or derived from living organisms. (physiology,medicine) Pertaining to an organ of the body of a living organism. (chemistry) Relating to the compounds of carbon, relating [..]
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Referring to living matter or once living matter.
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Made of, or derived from or related to living organisms. In agriculture, organic means "natural."
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic may refer to: Organic, of or relating to an organism, a living entity Organic, of or relating to an anatomical organ
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Organic describes forms, methods and patterns found in living systems such as the organisation of cells, to populations, communities, and ecosystems. Typically organic models stress the interdependenc [..]
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Organic is the fifteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released on October 14th, 1996 (see 1996 in music) in the UK. The album sees Cocker return to his musical roots with a remarkable collection of new [..]
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1510s, "serving as an organ or instrument," from Latin organicus, from Greek organikos "of or pertaining to an organ, serving as instruments or engines," from organon "instrum [..]
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Having characteristics of a biological entity, or organism, or developing in the manner of a living thing. Related: Franz Marc. Horses Resting. 1911 Isamu Noguchi. My Pacific (Polynesian Culture). 194 [..]
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composed of living or once-living material.
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produced according to standards using limited amounts of chemical additives.
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adj. Pertaining to compounds containing carbon. Also refers to living things or the materials made by living things. ant. - inorganic.
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A way to garden using materials derived from living organisms, such as compost or manure.
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Grapes grown without the aid of chemical-based fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
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