Vasa sunt, says Augustine of human troublers, alius utitur; organa sunt, alius tangit.
We had passed the night at the hotel of the Libertad at organa, where we both slept well enough.
Again, I find exploited to the medical profession, through its own organa, a "sure cure for dropsy."
organon or·ga·non (ôr'gə-nŏn') or or·ga·num (-nəm)
n. pl. or·ga·nons or or·ga·nums or or·ga·na (-nə)
A set of principles for use in scientific investigation.