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mobilization

[‚mō·bə·lə′zā·shən]
(geology)
Any process by which solid rock becomes sufficiently soft and plastic to permit it to flow or to permit geochemical migration of the mobile components.

mobilization

see POLITICAL MOBILIZATION.
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This was mainly due to divisions among local tribes on whether to rely on the Popular Mobilization Forces to defeat ISIS, even though these same militias had previously participated in fighting in other cities in Anbar -- without committing any subsequent violations -- such as in Al-Karma district (40 kilometers west of Baghdad), Nahiya al-Baghdadi (110 kilometers west of Ramadi), and the Al-Assad Base, where hundreds of U.
However, most observers believe this definition also allows democratically elected governments to be targeted by the Tactical Mobilization Group.
This shows us that some barriers, such as timing of medication administration, could be easily addressed, but will require the physical therapist to be committed to active mobilization of patients and demonstrate ability to communicate effectively with other members of the ICU team.
Regarding the mobilization inputs, the motivations for joining the organization were far more complex than the status anxiety argument suggests.
Involuntary mobilization is the proper way to use ANG assets to fill this capability gap.
The April 9th mobilization will be much more effective if these two constituencies can be encouraged to participate in visible ways, and we believe they will want to engage in this way--but only if we ask.
For Gandal, such novels not only compensate in various ways for their creators' embarrassing war records, they also lash out at ethnic veterans, implicitly condemning mobilization policies that led members of minority groups to achieve a level of recognition once reserved exclusively for Anglo warriors.
In April 2007, FISC JAX DET Gulfport processed its 1500th Navy Provisional Guard Sailor for mobilization to Joint Task Force (JTF) GTMO at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
to assistant military deputy (individual mobilization augmentee), to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, Technology), Washington, D.
The widespread decision to abandon stapes mobilization in favor of stapedectomy warrants reconsideration.
Brian Kane, chief of SDDC Readiness and Mobilization.
Biothera has initiated a Phase I/II clinical trial to evaluate the effects of its lead drug compound, Imprime PGG, in the mobilization of bone marrow stem cells into the peripheral blood in normal human subjects.

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