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to place under government or group ownership or control

to fit for companionship with others, especially in attitude or manners

to take part in social activities

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take part in social activities

train for a social environment

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prepare for social life

make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies

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At Project Socialize, we pride ourselves on staying on top of these changes to ensure the digital strategies and campaigns created for our clients' leverage these changes.
Through the acquisition of Socialize, the company will be able to offer a unified platform across desktop, mobile web browser and in-app environments, the buyer said, without providing financial details.
As an important finding of this study in the field is that the corridor at elderly house is used by the aged as a place to socialize.
Members of all four groups report that they socialize over food or drinks, but Millennials incorporate a variety of electronic activities into their social time, including text messaging, instant messaging, and social networking.
In other words, they do not socialize with other students outside of the online classrooms.
For residents who want to socialize without the hustle and bustle of the larger common areas, there is a family kitchen/living area located in each of the housing units on every nursing floor.
There will be clusters of buildings around raised, communal courtyards, where toddlers will be free to wander, older kids will play, and adults will come out to socialize," Liebman said.
Attendees of each show will have opportunities to learn about new developments in their industry, as well as to catchup with friends from throughout the country (and indeed the globe) who gather at the annual events to network and to socialize.
Everyone is really nice, and we socialize at the hotel at the end of the day.
The group exercise session gives residents an opportunity not only to exercise their joints and muscles, but to socialize with their peers.
Seven-to-ten-year-old campers are beginning to socialize with children their own age.
And to that end, Catholic families must get together and socialize so that their children can play together.
Apparently, in order to reduce the cost in energy of shifting activities (for example, interrupting one's work activity to socialize every now and then with coworkers) and to maximize low-energy, pleasurable activities (for example, socializing) or because certain types of tasks may simply take people with SCI longer to complete than people without a disability (for example, dressing), people with SCI do tend to spend more time in certain activities whenever the activity occurs.
BOSTON -- Sharon Merrill, a critical communications advisory firm that is nationally recognized for its investor relations expertise, today announced Socialize IR (www.