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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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'You are therefore directed to properly mobilize our members for this action.
Mobilize is a privately held company that markets the Mobilize Rescue Systems app and associated rescue kits that together act as an interactive trauma system to help untrained bystanders assess, manage, and help injured people during medical emergencies.
Mobilize RRS's interactive trauma and first aid systems are designed to help untrained bystanders assess, manage, and help injured people during medical emergencies.
Mobilize Transit TV service is a free-to-air media channel that enables public transport riders to watch news, sport, educational and other programming as they take a trip in kombis and buses.
"We expect an initial report from him the soonest time possible so we can help mobilize all the resources needed," he said.
Additional data in non-human primates demonstrated that the MGTA-145 combination mobilizes high numbers of monocytic cells, which have immunosuppressive properties.
To mobilize people, activists need a new discourse that addresses the root political and policy causes of the economic situation.
"The claim (that the ministry planned to mobilize armed forces to suppress protestors) is not true," he said.
"It would be impossible to empower an entire community overnight with traditional training methods," said Seth Goldstein, the Director of Training & Education at Mobilize Rescue Systems.
Called the "Cadillac of First Aid Kits" by WIRED, the Mobilize Rescue System includes an innovative diagnostic app that will help miners assess, manage and monitor medical emergencies until professional first responders arrive.
Incorporating Mobilize Rescue Systems into our training allows us to get students out of their seats and work the problem," said Collin Smith, director of operations at the Colorado School of Mines' EMCIS program.
On the donor side, the primary endpoint of the study is the ability of a single injection of BL-8040 to mobilize sufficient amounts of cells for transplantation following up to two leukapheresis collections.

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