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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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Because total mobilization of the Army will not occur in isolation, active data collection efforts should integrate other services.
One Peshmerga soldier told Al Bawaba he thinks they and the Popular Mobilization Units may fight one another after (if) Daesh is defeated in Iraq.
In order to assist Canadian researchers, SSHRC (2015) has provided directions on what comprises an effective knowledge mobilization strategy and CIHR (2012) has produced a guide for researchers to integrated (i.e.
Mobilization Capital's loan program provides funds even before the government invoice, thus overcoming these cash flow obstacles.
Employer mobilization ranges from efforts to help employees to register to vote to more intensive efforts, such as those at Georgia-Pacific and Koch Industries, where managers have explicitly endorsed specific candidates that their workers ought to support.
In fact, Russian military authorities clearly differentiated between miscellaneous readiness measures and formal mobilization. Movement and mass were keys to their understanding of troop mobilization.
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.S.
Even though the influence of mobilization context on people's donation behaviors has been pointed out in previous studies (see e.g., Sun et al., 1999), the underlying mechanism remains unclear.
beneficiaries in 32 districts of the country for their capacity building and awareness on women empowerment through regular face-to-face communication, using local social mobilization structures and coordinated efforts of different stakeholders.
As we have seen, the number of Indonesian Muslims adopting this view rose sharply after the mobilization, which heavily propagated a narrow Islamist interpretation of the verse.

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