mobilisation mobilisation


  1. (n) act of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action
  2. (n) act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency:


  • Last week's mobilisation started off with a luncheon in the Red Lacquer Room of Chicago's Palmer House for 457 such friends of the livestock and meat industry as Chairman .



  1. "We are ready to bring into full play our investment mobilisation capabilities, as well as our superior project execution capabilities, into a sector that is crying out for transformational mega initiatives," he said.
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Dhirubhai Ambani Source: Hindustan Times

  2. For example, Mr Pronk wrote of Darfur: "The morale in the government army in North Darfur has gone down. Some generals have been sacked; soldiers have refused to fight...... Security Council resolutions which forbid armed mobilisation are being...
    on Oct 25, 2006 By: Jan Pronk Source: BBC News

  3. "I express my gratitude to the Cameroonian authorities and in particular to President Paul Biya whose constant mobilisation enabled the liberation of the 10 hostages," Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said.
    on Nov 11, 2008 By: Bernard Kouchner Source: The Australian

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