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- v. To make something mobile.
- v. To assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war.
- v. To become made ready for war.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Mobilize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. get ready for war
- v. cause to move around
- v. make ready for action or use
- v. call to arms; of military personnel
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Doctors' leaders are facing a challenge from senior medics who claim they have been too quick to accept the government's NHS shakeup and should instead "mobilise" to thwart it.
(ACFTU), ITF and ITUC to "mobilise" their organisations and their affiliates to ensure that the vessel returned to Beijing.
(ACFTU), the ITF and the ITUC to "mobilise" their organisations and their affiliates to ensure that the vessel returned to Beijing.
Word verification: moblz - sounds like "mobilise".
Sunday urged Zimbabweans to "mobilise" against President Robert
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And on Thursday Afrikan National Congress spokesman Smuts Ngonyama accused Heath of blackmailng the government over the issue, and said the ANC would "mobilise" to ensure Heath was excluded.
Analysing the weak or ineffective branches, Gxilishe's report notes that "dormant and stagnant" branches did not understand their role to "mobilise" people.
Mr Gomomo urged workers to 'mobilise' to ensure employers took the RDP seriously.