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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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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.
Does AFA, through Global ReLeaf, "promote public awareness, solicit funds, and mobilize people?
Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements regarding customers that will mobilize their Oracle ePerformance application using the Company's products, ensuring their mobile employees have the ability to access, review and edit performance reviews and other performance data while disconnected from the network, and that the Company's products will help customers complete their review cycles more quickly, contributing to personal productivity and the speed of overall company work processes.
So instead of counting individual soldiers--a meaningless exercise--one must look at how many units the United States could theoretically put on the ground if it wanted to mobilize every active and reserve soldier available.
As noted, essential to progress through the Stages of Change is the ability to mobilize motivation.
Nasdaq:CNTR), a provider of solutions that mobilize the enterprise, has entered into a regional strategic alliance with Powerlan Limited, (ASX:PWR), Australia's largest publicly listed IT services company and a leading supplier of end-to-end IT&T services throughout Asia Pacific.
Local and state officials spoke Saturday to the community volunteers outside the Ritchie Valens Recreation Center in Pacoima to encourage their efforts to mobilize the community, said project volunteer Jose Luis Ramirez.

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