Definition of organizer
1 : one that organizes
2 : a region of a developing embryo or a substance produced by such a region that is capable of inducing a specific type of development in undifferentiated tissue —called also inductor
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Market organizers initially asked Cincinnati City Council for a $550,000 loan in 2015, an idea championed by Vice Mayor David Mann, who lives in Clifton.
During the speech to young leaders at the University of Chicago, the former president focused on both his time as a community organizer in Chicago as well as his optimism for the future of American democracy.
By 2016, the crowd size became harder to estimate, with organizers citing 30,000 marchers in the actual parade, and a report fromCBS News that said about 2 million spectators joined the marchers.
Metro General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld said that given Metro’s budgetary constraints, event organizers should pay for to keep the system open beyond normal hours.
The event organizers recommend taking public transportation, biking (there’s a bike valet because…Santa Monica), or using a ride share program to avoid waiting an hour in traffic to get out of Santa Monica after the show.
Vanessa Toro, an organizer, activist and friend of Bakhtiari’s, is one of those who urged her to run for office in the first place.
The Lake Zurich Farmers Market has been averaging 400 more attendees a week than last year ever since a robust showing on the opening day of the new season, organizers said.
At each of the stops, charity organizers partner with other groups, such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and the YMCA, to host baseball clinics for up to 40 children, Roberts said.
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Medical Definition of organizer
1: one that organizes
2: a region of a developing embryo (as the chordamesoderm of the dorsal lip of the vertebrate blastopore) or a substance produced by such a region that is capable of inducing a specific type of development in undifferentiated tissue—called also inductor
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