It was Schaeffer who first led evangelicals to mobilize against abortion, for many years ignored as primarily a Catholic concern.
The other potential strategy is to mobilize those customers--to cost Walmart business unless they up their wage-and-benefit game.
While the world has begun to mobilize in the fight against the virus, many fear the effort is coming too late.
For every "potential Ebola victim" that arises in the U.S., the CDC is forced to mobilize to the location.
The oldest trick in the fundamentalist playbook is to mobilize violence against some insult to the faith.
But Russia had already begun to mobilize, and Prussia, presuming that Servia might thus be rescued, declared war.
We will mobilize and bring to action the vision and the will of the people.
They are to mobilize their men at once, and proceed in accordance with instructions known to them as General Order One.
Though Holland was the first to mobilize when war was declared.
Colonel Scott was now ordered to Philadelphia to mobilize his regiment and organize a camp of instruction.
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.