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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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To achieve the ambitious goal of empowering one million First Care Providers, Mobilize Rescue Systems is partnering with School Health, a national, full-service provider of health supplies and services that is currently working to improve the health and wellbeing of over 78 million students in 133,700 K-12 and higher education schools.
The challenges companies face in managing their supply-side communities require a solution, and Mobilize has created such tool, said Hillsven Capital managing partner Bobby Lent.
With TVs installed in 50 buses, the Mobilize Transit TV network spans the main metropolitan region of the country, at present.
The CAT concept has given the department a reliable, flexible, and effective method to mobilize trained personnel in a timely fashion.
We need charismatic leaders who put forth the issues, and like Gandhi, are able to mobilize people by articulating multiple interests towards a common goal.
Drawing on our combined experience in enterprise IT and mobility, we can deliver a true choice to enterprises that want to mobilize their workforces while maximizing their existing IT investments.
Bauer says the new Committee will "help mobilize patriotic citizens -- with timely information and practical steps -- so each of us can participate fully while our nation is at war against those who would seek to deny our freedom and, through terrorism, subject us to death by tyranny.
TAC calls on people in every country to mobilize against drug company profiteering on Monday 5 March 2001.
Collective action became possible because protesters could mobilize diverse communities located in the various networks of neighborhood, clientage, gender, trade, parish, domination and subordination, and even civic loyalty itself.
It is becoming incumbent upon them to mobilize their memberships into contacting their legislators and reflecting local concerns and, if possible, the legislators' ideological positions.
Prior to studying these items, one experimental group had been asked to bring to mind (mobilize) as many names as possible of US presidents and the other had been asked to mobilize States of the Union.
As outlined in the budget proposal, the foundation will "promote public awareness, solicit financial and nonfinancial support, and, most importantly, mobilize individuals, business, governments, and community organizations in cities and towns throughout America.

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