Create a more efficient, faster system for regulation and licensing so the mobilization of private funding is easier.
Arab mobilization then became a reaction to massive refugee flows and not the cause of it.
In them, I describe eight universal crisis points that caregivers go through, beginning with Shock and mobilization.
For them, every moment seems to be political—and an opportunity for recruitment, mobilization, and fundraising.
The same kind of mobilization was apparent not just in the Tea Party but in Republican-leaning groups this cycle.
It is technically impossible to discontinue our military preparations which have been made necessary by the Austrian mobilization.
The mere fact that mobilization had been ordered was all he needed to know.
By this plan the German army was to reach Paris on the fortieth day after mobilization.
Slowly but heavily the mobilization of Russian forces continued.
Accordingly, attitudes may be defined as the mobilization of the will of the person.
1799, "a rendering movable," from French mobilisation, from mobiliser (see mobilize). Military sense is from 1866.
mobilize mo·bi·lize (mō'bə-līz')
v. mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing, mo·bi·liz·es
To make mobile or capable of movement.
To restore the power of motion to a joint.
To release into the body, as glycogen from the liver.