organization

[ awr-guh-nuh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF organization

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The Organization might think it had more right than ever to be bitter against us.

In politics, Mr. Palmer has been a member of the Republican party since its organization.

The first attempt at Methodist organization was somewhere between 1824 and 1827.

Nowhere else was the same completeness of organization possible.

It was obvious that as an organization, the Science Community must also be wealthy.

But there were two fundamental errors in the Spartan organization.

It is destroyed for the imagination by any attempt to refer it to organization.

To say of any organization, church or other, that it is dead and non-progressive, is to say the worst that could be said.

And this brings us to the American organization inside of Belgium.

This decentralization began with an organization of all the states.

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