organizer

noun
or·​ga·​niz·​er | \ ˈȯr-gə-ˌnī-zər \

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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According to The Guardian, organizers for the Putin Youth Forum in the city of Yaroslavl were aware of Boris' hidden identity, but state news reporters didn't think viewers at home would realize the deception, or didn't realize it themselves. Sam Blum, Popular Mechanics, "Dancing Robot at Russian Event Turns Out to Be a Man in a Costume," 12 Dec. 2018 At least 100 supporters attended a gathering Monday morning in support of Rodriguez, said Omar Angel Perez, lead organizer for LA RED/Faith In Action, a member of the DMV Sanctuary Congregation Network. Reema Amin, baltimoresun.com, "Maryland woman detained by ICE after check-in, activists say," 9 July 2018 The unthinkable happened to the Democratic establishment when 10-term New York U.S. Rep. Joe Crowley lost his Democratic primary to socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a former campaign organizer for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential run. John Kass, chicagotribune.com, "It's a bad week to be a Democratic boss," 27 June 2018 David Lapp, lead organizer for Better Angels who set up that meeting, recalled the raw emotions of that weekend: anger, frustration, resentment and, yes, camaraderie. Ledyard King, USA TODAY, "One group tries to lower the volume on the high-decibel noise that's further dividing a polarized nation," 17 June 2018 The Portland Marathon officially has a new organizers, at least for this year. Eder Campuzano, OregonLive.com, "City chooses 'Run With Paula' to host 2018 Portland Marathon," 1 June 2018 One party this year was in a gymnasium of a Midland church, where organizers had a fog machine and inflatable tunnel for the kids announcing their commitments. Kevin Armstrong, WSJ, "Youth Football League Encourages ‘Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Complete Signatures’," 17 Dec. 2018 However, the legality of doing so is on the artist’s side: a concert is technically a private event, therefore event organizers can subject concert-goers to almost any kind of surveillance. Stefan Etienne, The Verge, "Taylor Swift tracked stalkers with facial recognition tech at her concert," 12 Dec. 2018 During the suffragist movement, organizers of the Women’s Suffrage Parade asked Ida B. Wells to march at the back of the line. Zoey Grossman; Fashion Editor: Cassie Anderson, Harper's BAZAAR, "Uzo Aduba, Katie Holmes & Ieshia Evans Reenact Iconic Images of Social Change," 20 Nov. 2018

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First Known Use of organizer

1801, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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organizer

noun
or·​ga·​niz·​er
variants: also British organiser \ -​ˌnī-​zər \

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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