verb (used with object), mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing.
verb (used without object), mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing.
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Higher-income countries will also need to mobilize funds to help lower-income ones respond.The Paris climate pact is 5 years old. 5 youth activists share their hopes for what’s next.|Jariel Arvin|December 11, 2020|Vox
In the statesDemocrats are already mobilizing for two 2021 elections — one for a House seat in Ohio, and one for governor of Virginia.The Trailer: Why the GOP is talking about China, from Georgia to the courtroom|David Weigel|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
The city mobilized and searched, lamented and mourned — and legislated.This D.C. baby’s mother was charged with her death. But nothing is solved.|Petula Dvorak|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
That has helped to move people around and mobilize them more quickly.A depleted workforce and no end in sight: An inside look at America’s ailing health care industry|Erika Fry|December 8, 2020|Fortune
A similar move in the weeks and months ahead could mobilize new sources of capital for countries that need it, including low-income countries where much of the climate adaptation work must be done.How governments can create a green, job-rich global recovery|matthewheimer|December 2, 2020|Fortune
Naina is now a community mobilizer, helping other girls break the cycle of exploitation.
This greater goal, be it altruistic or economic, helps impassion people, and passion is a great mobilizer.