organize

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  • While they may be organized around in-game economic production, they generally do not control production.
  • In addition, the public health services are usually organized on the basis of regions.
  • The working groups are organized into areas by subject matter.
  • Human rights can be classified and organized in a number of different ways.
  • It was a smaller group but more organized and determined.
  • As people settled and organized the planet, nearly all the land was divided into nations.
  • Police forces are usually organized and funded by some level of government.
  • The Roman Catholic Church is the largest organized body of any world religion.
  • He died before he could effectively organize the administration of his new country.
  • While employed there, her main job was to organize the fine art museum council.
  • If organized, it would be the largest organization in America.
  • Access and distribution of all this information is generally organized with the use of product data management software.
  • It organizes the national football league and men and women football teams.
  • Once they were in regular contact, fans wanted to meet each other, and they organized local clubs.
  • The government is still organizing itself on both national and regional levels.
  • This program soon became another important organizing body for children's baseball.
  • Industrial workers began to organize in increasing numbers to demand better living conditions.
  • It also organizes games every year at the college and school levels.
  • He offered aid, but the European countries had to organize the program themselves.
  • The committee organized a large number of money-raising events.
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Words starting with organize

Meaning of organize

  • verb Cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
  • verb Bring order and organization to
    Can you help me organize my files?
  • verb Arrange by systematic planning and united effort
    machinate a plot, organize a strike, devise a plan to take over the director's office