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Mobilize Transit TV service is a free-to-air media channel that enables public transport riders to watch news, sport, educational and other programming as they take a trip in kombis and buses.
In March of 1933, the new president did not have to mobilize aging members of the American Legion under martial law.
It serves as a way to mobilize a large number of patrol personnel for a general law enforcement assignment and is not intended specifically for civil unrest control.
In order to create a freedom struggle that could become a force to reckon with, it was necessary to mobilize the thousands of peasants whose interests in many ways diverged from those of the westernized, English-educated elite.
Enterprises seeking to mobilize their workforce can benefit from IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access, which is based on open standard technologies flexible enough to extend business applications out to virtually any device.
He's counting on me to mobilize my Christian supporters and build a groundswell of overwhelming pressure on `wobbly' members of Congress to pass his pro-family legislative agenda, confirm his all-important Supreme Court appointments and defeat the left's campaign to destroy him.
Only through generating grassroots-level discussion around such practical alternatives can we create an activist base deep and broad enough to break the rightwing/neoliberal dominance of public debate, withstand the aggressive and dishonest opposition of the powerful interests aligned against us, and mobilize support for the kind of society we all know we need.
The mixture varied with the balance of power, the perception of rights, and the ability to mobilize one or multiple communities.
In future policy debates, long-term care organizations may find themselves frustrated in matching up against more grassroots-oriented opposition unless they can mobilize their memberships in the new lobbying.
As outlined in the budget proposal, the foundation will "promote public awareness, solicit financial and nonfinancial support, and, most importantly, mobilize individuals, business, governments, and community organizations in cities and towns throughout America.
NASDAQ: BWEB), a leading provider of software designed to provide unplugged access to existing enterprise web applications, announced today that a leading government consulting and integration firm will mobilize their Oracle ePerformance application using BackWeb's award-winning Offline Access Server(TM) (OAS).

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