mobilisation


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Synonyms for mobilisation

act of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action

act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency: "mobilization of the troops"

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The role of the knowledge mobilisation literature in developing knowledge mobilisation practices.
President of the Centre Mehdi Mabrouk said the bet was on "undecided voters and non-members" was a weak bet insofar as polarisation included only those who adhered to mobilisation and had a clear position, which makes that choices were already made before the electoral mobilisation.
The military had declared a state of public mobilisation on Tuesday and told several striking train workers they had been conscripted before issuing them with orders to drive trains.
ADX has completed the mobilisation of the support camp to the Sidi Dhaher -1 well test site and has commenced the mobilisation of the drilling rig.
Influence of early mobilisation of pulmonary function in surgical patients.
As Giovanelli has commented, the choice of the mobilisation techniques employed in this study was at the discretion of the treating physiotherapist who had had many years experience treating shoulder problems.
The effects of mobilisation on the vascularisation of healing flexor tendons in dogs.
The quantity of early upright mobilisation performed after upper abdominal surgery is low: an observational study.