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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of organize.


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  • Right or wrong, like our methods/personalities or not, the radical citizen who organizes is the only group standing between you and your government when some must stand between oppressive powers and the public.

    Research and Teaching

  • I don’t think I’ll make a list because that’s just not how my brain organizes itself, but it’s another great idea.

    Professional Development for Writers: 10 Simple Ideas « Write Anything

  • Founded in 1991, Untitled organizes quarterly one-night-only exhibits in non-traditional venues. New Orleans Stories

  • In any case, it is all very complicated, particularly for the bookseller who "organizes" new material, sees what he has -- and sees what he lacks and doesn't quite understand but really (maybe?) ought to acquire.

    Daniel Krotz: Third Wave Feminism

  • Now, I have accepted the debates that have been offered and, actually, Indiana has a debate commission which kind of organizes this.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2008

  • Now, I have accepted the debates that have been offered and actually Indiana has a debate commission which kind of organizes this and makes sure it's fair and nobody gets a special advantage.

    CNN Transcript Apr 26, 2008

  • As used in this section, the terms ''organizes'' and

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • "specific something" that organizes, that is, of "dominating organic agencies," be they psychic or super-mundane, which dominate and determine the organization of the different parts of the body into a whole.

    The Breath of Life

  • Twenty-six percent of very liberal Americans say that their congregation organizes marches and demonstrations, compared to 16 percent of those who are very conservative.

    American Grace

  • • Whether their congregation ever organizes demonstrations or marches.

    American Grace


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