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Dustin Stockton, a former Breitbart employee who was helping plan the event, helped find space for them at a rally the prior evening, which had been organized by a group called the 80 Percent Coalition.

When cleverly organized into “networks,” the result is a “quantum brain” that can process data and save it inside the same network structure—similar to how our brains work.

Consider organizing your image content so that URLs are constructed logically.

It is unfortunate to see the president of the organizing committee make a remark like that.

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She organized prayer chains for strangers and friends dealing with illness or loss.

The Canterbury Tales was, Strohm writes, “one of the volumes around which the new trade would organize itself.”

“The union did not organize any official contingent to participate in the protests,” Kim said.

Maybe we should have this parade as soon as we can organize it.

The prisoners organize themselves through democratically elected representatives of the eight separate prison sections.

Presumably they returned to their hometowns to organize the urban protests.

The House must organize itself at the outset of each session because its members have been elected the preceding November.

So they talked of newer plans, while Smillie toiled like a giant to educate and organize the miners.

But they had not yet received power sufficient to fully organize and build up that kingdom on the earth.

He concealed these military supplies in a "sink," or cave, till he could organize his command.

He chose Fanti and two others, who did their best in the short time to organize the defence of the city.

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On this page you'll find 141 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to organize, such as: construct, coordinate, create, establish, form, and formulate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.