[ awr-guh-nahy-zer ]SEE DEFINITION OF organizers
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She has the decisive advantage of possessing organization and organizers.

"United we stand" proved to be as true of organizers and investors as it was of producers.

The ability of the Germans as organizers had even overcome that to quite an extent.

The organizers of the meeting were besieged with applications for seats.

In other words, the investors believe that they can outwit the organizers of the pyramid.

Just after the strike the organizers claimed 14,000 members in Lawrence.

I believe Carl and I were among the most energetic of the organizers.

Money, organizers and speakers were contributed to the Iowa campaign.

It would cut off all communication between the organizers and the men.

It filled the organizers with unlimited confidence in their own power.