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Synonyms for organisation

a group of people who work together

an ordered manner

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This organisation of the proletarians into a class, and consequently into a political party, is continually being upset again by the competition between the workers themselves.
Wherever an organisation is crippled, wherever confusion is thrown into any branch of any department, we gain a step for those who take on the work; we are but the forerunners.
If the state is the organisation of men seeking a common good, power and political position must be given to those who can forward this end.
There were, no doubt, museums and town halls and even cathedrals of a sort to mark theoretical centres of municipal and religious organisation in this confusion; but Bert could not see them, they did not stand out at all in that wide disorderly vision of congested workers' houses and places to work, and shops and meanly conceived chapels and churches.
It will need considerable organisation," said Hewet.
It's the weakest spot of our whole organisation, this depending on the civil powers.
As Cornelius van Baerle was concerned in the growing of tulips and in the pursuit of politics at one and the same time, the prisoner is of hybrid character, of an amphibious organisation, working with equal ardour at politics and at tulips, which proves him to belong to the class of men most dangerous to public tranquillity, and shows a certain, or rather a complete, analogy between his character and that of those master minds of which Tarquin the Elder and the Great Conde have been felicitously quoted as examples.
But it is remarkable that persons of sensitively-nervous organisation are the very persons who are capable of forcing themselves
And, to save me, I can't remember whether the Hancock Fire Brigade was a republican or a democratic organisation.
It seems pretty clear that organic beings must be exposed during several generations to the new conditions of life to cause any appreciable amount of variation; and that when the organisation has once begun to vary, it generally continues to vary for many generations.
It is only from a very careful study of their results that I have brought myself to be a considerable supporter of those where I have some personal knowledge of the organisation.
Horser," he said, "may not be brilliant, but he had a great organisation at his back.
They have succeeded to the organisation which their predecessors established in this country.
I suspected him of holding a position of authority, of being entrusted by the government which he secretly served with the organisation and management of agents specially employed in this country, both men and women, and I believed Mrs.
He confounded causes with effects more than was excusable; the most distinguished propagandists with impulsive bomb throwers; assumed organisation where in the nature of things it could not exist; spoke of the social revolutionary party one moment as of a perfectly disciplined army, where the word of chiefs was supreme, and at another as if it had been the loosest association of desperate brigands that ever camped in a mountain gorge.
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