“Someone with six kids went out with the kids and knocked on 200 doors yesterday,” said the organizer.
"He's a career politician," said Bonnie Oleksa, an organizer for the Mansfield North Central Ohio Tea Party.
McAuliffe also put together a far more effective ground operation than Cuccinelli, led by veteran Democratic organizer Robby Mook.
Minutes before the panel got underway, an organizer scurried over to the special “reserved” pews, yarmulke in hand.
More than a thousand people came, and one organizer, a businessman, expressed his sympathy.
James Stansfield was, in fact, the organizer of the smuggling business carried on at Poole, and the adjacent harbours.
The former, we may say, deals with man as an organism, the latter with him as an organizer.
To answer this complex demand and the call of boyhood in particular the pastor must be a leader and an organizer.
He cannot be a clear-headed general or organizer, or he cannot be a patriot.
It is an organizer in itself and opens up the heart and lungs as nothing else will do.
organizer or·gan·iz·er (ôr'gə-nī'zər)
One that organizes.
A group of cells that induces differentiation of cells in the embryo and controls the growth and development of adjacent parts through the action of an evocator. Also called inductor.