mobilizing, present participle; mobilising, present participle; mobilized, past participle; mobilised, past participle; mobilises, 3rd person singular present; mobilised, past tense; mobilized, past tense; mobilizes, 3rd person singular present;
(of a country or its government) Prepare and organize (troops) for active service
the government mobilized regular forces, reservists, and militia
Russia is in no position to mobilize any time soon
Organize and encourage (people) to act in a concerted way in order to bring about a particular political objective
he used the press to mobilize support for his party
Bring (resources) into use in order to achieve a particular goal
at sea we will mobilize any amount of resources to undertake a rescue
Make (something) movable or capable of movement
doing yoga stretches to mobilize compacted joints
Make (a substance) able to be transported by or as a liquid
acid rain mobilizes the aluminum in forest soils
make ready for action or use; "marshal resources"
call up: call to arms; of military personnel
get ready for war
cause to move around; "circulate a rumor"
(mobilization) act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency: "mobilization of the troops"
Mobilize is the fourth album by punk rock band Anti-Flag.
Mobilize is the second album by Grant-Lee Phillips after the internet release of Ladies Love Oracle. Mobilize was released to great critical acclaim because of its versatility and it showed Phillips' talent on many instruments including a twelve string guitar, piano, bass and horn instruments. ...
(mobilization) The act of mobilizing; The marshalling of troops and national resources in preparation for war; The process by which the armed forces of a nation are brought to a state of readiness for a conflict; The softening of rock such that geochemical migration can take place; The ...
(Mobilization) The process and procedures used by all organizations, federal, state and local for activating, assembling, and transporting all resources that have been requested to respond to or support an incident.
(Mobilization) Method of manipulation, movement, or stretching to increase range of motion in muscles and joints that does not involve a high-velocity thrust.
(Mobilization) The act of assembling and organizing national resources to support national objectives in time of war or other emergencies.
(Mobilization) Preparatory work, such as movement of personnel, equipment, supplies and incidentals to the project site, which must be performed prior to beginning actual construction of a project. (12)
(Mobilization) Passive movement technique that is performed that is always in the control of the patient. Usually performed as oscillatory movements in either the physiological or accessory range of a joint.
(Mobilization) Process to increase the number of stem cells in the blood stream. May be accomplished by the daily injections of CSF, or by a combination of chemotherapy and CSF
(MOBILIZATION) CENTER – An off-incident location at which emergency service personnel and equipment are temporarily located pending assignment, release, or reassignment.
(MOBILIZATION) Readiness provisions for operating the Federal Personnel System in time of national emergency as "appointment" or "promotion") when a personnel action is documented by a Standard Form 50, Notification of Personnel Action.
(Mobilization) A form of physical therapy in which chiropractors apply gentle, often repetitive movements to stuck joints in the body without the use of thrust.
(Mobilization) A technique, used by chiropractors and other health care professionals, in which a joint is passively moved within its normal range of motion.
(Mobilization) Another term for manipulation or adjustment.
(Mobilization) Low-amplitude, low-velocity forces, which are used to restore joint function. It is of common practice among manual therapists, osteopaths, and chiropractors. There are different grades and techniques of mobilization.
(Mobilization) Manually increasing the mobility of joints and tissues without the use of high-speed, thrusting manoeuvers.
(Mobilization) Movement applied singularly or repetitively within or at the physiological range of joint motion, without imparting a thrust or impulse, with the goal of restoring joint mobility.
(Mobilization) The assembling of forces in preparation for deployment. The act of the President of the United States to bring members/units of the Guard ad Reserve to active duty for national emergencies.
(Mobilization) The process of immediately securing the facility or complex, the accounting of DOC employees, contract workers, volunteers, visitors, and offenders, and isolating the incident site for the purpose of organizing actions and responses to an emergency. ...
(Mobilization) consists of 3 basic parts - strengthening Locals, inside actions, and using community support to mount effective "corporate campaigns. ...