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sort

 (sôrt)
n.
1. A group of persons or things of the same general character; a kind. See Usage Note at kind2.
2. Character or nature: books of a subversive sort.
3. One that exemplifies the characteristics of or serves a similar function to another: "A large dinner-party ... made a sort of general introduction for her to the society of the neighbourhood" (George Eliot).
4. A person; an individual: The clerk is a decent sort.
5. Computers An operation that arranges data in a specified way: did an alphabetic sort on the columns of data.
6. Archaic A way of acting or behaving: "in this sort the simple household lived / From day to day" (William Wordsworth).
v. sort·ed, sort·ing, sorts
v.tr.
1. To place or arrange according to class, kind, or size; classify: sorted the books into boxes by genre. See Synonyms at arrange.
2. To separate from others: sort the wheat from the chaff.
v.intr.
1. To make a search or examination of a collection of things: sorted through the laundry looking for a matching sock.
2. To be or become arranged in a certain way.
Phrasal Verb:
sort out
1. To separate from others: sorted out the books to be donated to the library.
2. To clarify or resolve: She tried to sort out her problems.
3. To bring or restore to health or good condition: A good night's sleep will sort you out.
4. To reprimand or punish (someone) for a mistake or offense.
Idioms:
after a sort
In a haphazard or imperfect way: managed to paint the chair after a sort.
of sorts/a sort
1. Of a mediocre or inferior kind: a constitutional government of a sort.
2. Of one kind or another: knew many folktales of sorts.
out of sorts
1. Slightly ill.
2. Irritable; cross: The teacher is out of sorts this morning.
sort of Informal
Somewhat; rather: "Gambling and prostitution ... have been prohibited, but only sort of" (George F. Will).

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin sors, sort-, lot; see ser- in Indo-European roots.]

sort′a·ble adj.
sort′er n.

sorted

(ˈsɔːtɪd)
interj
an exclamation of satisfaction, approval, etc
adj
(Recreational Drugs) possessing the desired recreational drugs
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sorted - arranged according to size
sized - having a specified size
2.sorted - arranged into groups
classified - arranged into classes
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To sort these data using a formula rather than the Data tab's Sort tool, I position my cursor in cell D3 and enter the formula =S0RT(A3:B17) to produce the sorted array results, shown below in cells D3:E17.The advantage of this approach is that as the data in columns A and B change in the future, the results in columns D and E will be updated automatically.
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For every block, its tile is loaded and sorted in the on-chip memory, and then each block writes its histogram and the stored data tile to global memory.
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It is then taken to the desk allocated to a particular round where it is sorted into streets by the postman whose round it is.