Some articles on organize:
... community portion of the website which allows users to organize events off-site ... Only premium users can organize the events, but any Pixiv member can view the events in a public calendar, and any member can join any of the events ... be planned up to three months in advance, and each premium member can only organize one event at a time, though can join however many one wishes ...
... “Clean, Neat and Easy”, this privately owned company renamed itself Organize.com in 2005 ... and goes well with the company’s aim of providing its consumer with products that help organize their homes and offices better ... Wedding, Dorm, and School Teachers, The Stationary Store @ Organize.com and a large section featuring home furnishings and decor, The Home Store ...
... Freinet did organize the class like an (agricultural) cooperative society ... Much like the farmers organize cultivation and marketing of their products together in a cooperative the pupils plan and organize learning themselves ...
... For the army the center is to help maintain the physical fitness of soldiers, organize sports championships, organize private practices and tournaments for practice, prepare soldiers for international competition ... and the Lebanese Olympic committee and other special organization to organize a friendly events ...
... To organize and simulate programs towards establishing Gurdwaaras To organize discourses on Gurbani, Sikh history and Culture and Strive for establishment of a Central ... To organize libraries and establish a periodical ... To organize affiliated local units all over USA ...
More definitions of "organize":
- (verb): Plan and direct (a complex undertaking).
Synonyms: mastermind, engineer, direct, organise, orchestrate
- (verb): Cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea.
Famous quotes containing the word organize:
“It would not be an easy thing to bring the water all the way to the plain. They would have to organize a great coumbite with all the peasants and the water would unite them once again, its fresh breath would clear away the fetid stink of anger and hatred; the brotherly community would be reborn with new plants, the fields filled with to bursting with fruits and grains, the earth gorged with life, simple and fertile.”
—Jacques Roumain (19071945)
“The great end of life is not knowledge, but action. What men need is as much knowledge as they can assimilate and organize into a basis for action; give them more and it may become injurious. One knows people who are as heavy and stupid from undigested learning as other are from over-fulness of meat and drink.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“The basis of successful relief in national distress is to mobilize and organize the infinite number of agencies of self help in the community. That has been the American way.”
—Herbert Hoover (18741964)