- n. alternative spelling of organization.
- n. the activity or result of distributing or disposing persons or things properly or methodically
- n. an ordered manner; orderliness by virtue of being methodical and well organized
- n. a group of people who work together
- n. the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business
- n. an organized structure for arranging or classifying
- n. the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
- n. the act of forming or establishing something
- organise + -ation (Wiktionary)
“Under the EU, such freedoms would be destroyed because that self serving, elitist gravy train organisation is fundamentally undemocratic and has no intention of ever becoming democratic.”
“In fact the organisation is the little known "Trotskyist cult called Socialist Action" (see Nick Cohen's article).”
“It need not be doubted that this organisation is aimed at the West and that the umbrella that it might in future provide to states such as Iran, but doubtless in future to other rogue and failed states as well is one which must be viewed as being born of hostility to us.”
“The most important cog in the organisation is the people, if you can keep the majority happy then they are productive and everything else will fall into place.”
“This organisation is also responsible for the challenging tasks of defining clinical guidelines and assessing the value of innovative therapies for reimbursement purposes.”
“The story of the operations of this organisation is a grim one, and it would be tedious, as well as harrowing, to attempt to tell it in any detail.”
“In March this year, 51 citizens 'groups and individuals from all six Mekong countries challenged the MRC to deal with what they called the organisation's "crisis of legitimacy and relevancy, recently exemplified by its failure to respond to civil society concerns over plans to dam the lower Mekong mainstream".”
“His organisation is only still at large and thriving and hiving off splinter groups and tribute bands right and left.”
“(Nimeh) No organisation is set up to work in social media.”
“The organisation is operated by young people aged ten to thirty-five years and adult partners working on youth-and development-related issues worldwide.”
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