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Quotes of organisation

  1. If you want to study one of these strange organisms, you had better have a good justification. It's not good to study gene organisation in some obscure insect that no one's ever heard about. – Thomas R. Cech
  2. The initial organisation we called ourselves the Network Working Group, consisted of 6 to 10 people. We then quickly grew to 30 people and then to 50 people. – Steve Crocker
  3. There is no degree of human suffering which in and of itself is going to bring about change. Only organisation can change things. – Susan George
  4. The World Health Organisation has a lot of its medical experts sitting in Geneva while hospitals in Africa have no drugs and desperate patients are forced to seek medication on the black market. – Pauline Hanson
  5. Because it is my second season with the team, no time has been wasted in getting to know the people I'm working with. I am aware of what the team is capable of and how the organisation works, and they are familiar with what makes me tick. – Damon Hill
  6. Liberalism does not preclude an organisation of the flow of money in which some channels are used in decision making while others are only good for the payment of debts. – Jean-Francois Lyotard
  7. Every social organisation which is rooted in life still lasts a long time, even after the conditions from which it drew its strength have changed in a manner unfavourable to it. – Karl Radek
  8. Well, if the NATO countries don't make more of their troops usable and don't get the equipment to get them fast where the action is, then the organisation will suffer and will increasingly become irrelevant. – Lord Robertson
  9. We are so accustomed to think of religion as a thing between individual men and God that we can hardly enter into the idea of a religion in which a whole nation in its national organisation appears as the religious unit. – William Robertson Smith
  10. Poverty is multidimensional. It extends beyond money incomes to education, health care, political participation and advancement of one's own culture and social organisation – Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  11. Muslim organisations tend to have a low level of organisation The communities in Europe are quite diverse. – Gijs de Vries
  12. I think it is quite dangerous for an organisation to think they can predict where they are going to need leadership. It needs to be something that people are willing to assume if it feels relevant, given the context of any situation. – Margaret J. Wheatley
  13. The nature of the global business environment guarantees that no matter how hard we work to create a stable and healthy organisation our organisation will continue to experience dramatic changes far beyond our control. – Margaret J. Wheatley

Usage examples for organisation

  1. On the other hand, on the first reading of the epistle I formed the impression that it was a literary fiction dating from the time of Khusro when the tradition made of Ardeshir the model of political sagacity and the founder of the entire organisation of the empire. – Iranian Influence on Moslem Literature, Part I by M. Inostranzev
  2. Fourier says: There are certain Laws of Organisation in nature, which are the source of order and harmony in creation. – History of American Socialisms by John Humphrey Noyes
  3. This was a considerably higher political organisation than the aristocratic household of their masters round the King. – The Story of Rouen by Sir Theodore Andrea Cook
  4. The higher their grade in the scale of organisation and intelligence, the more helpless and incapable young creatures are to feed and to fend for themselves. – Feminism and Sex-Extinction by Arabella Kenealy
  5. But the time has now arrived when a new organisation has rendered slavery superfluous. – The Forerunners by Romain Rolland
  6. In either case there would result a lowering of the type of organisation within the group. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
  7. How long has your organisation taken to build up? – The Devil's Paw by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  8. " It appears to us," he continued, " that that organisation is, and must remain in all its essential features, local. – The Government of England (Vol. I) by A. Lawrence Lowell
  9. The organisation of the whole matter therefore devolved on Canisius, who prepared the plan of defence, and appointed to each Catholic theologian the subject of which he was to treat. – Studies from Court and Cloister by J.M. Stone
  10. Who and what was this organisation – The Adventures of Jimmie Dale by Frank L. Packard
  11. He had been commissioned by the chief of the General Staff to study the Indian military organisation and, in particular, the strategic importance of the North- west frontier, and for this purpose unlimited leave had been granted him. – The Coming Conquest of England by August Niemann
  12. The problem of the " organisation of scientific labour" is still the order of the day. – Introduction to the Study of History by Charles V. Langlois Charles Seignobos
  13. But it was an empire which was without organisation or permanency. – Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations by Archibald Sayce
  14. In Molozov they had discovered exactly the man for their purpose; a large land- owner, a member of one of the best Russian families, he had, since the beginning of the war, given himself up to the adventure with the whole of his energy, with the whole of that great capacity for organisation that the management of his estates had already taught him. – The Dark Forest by Hugh Walpole
  15. Beyond the troop ships lay the first United States warships, units of that remarkable fighting organisation which in the year that was to immediately follow that very day were to escort safely across three thousand miles of submarine- infested water more than a million and a half American soldiers. – "And they thought we wouldn't fight" by Floyd Gibbons
  16. Organisation and the People. – The Slave Of The Lamp by Henry Seton Merriman
  17. But the organisation has not lost its comprehensive form, its competent force, and its attractive quality of essential grace. – Shadows of the Stage by William Winter
  18. Poets are too disturbing, they fit into no social organisation for the truth they see is larger and often other than the truth of mankind's housekeeping, of human society. – An Anarchist Woman by Hutchins Hapgood
  19. He possessed a marvellous power of organisation – James Watt by Andrew Carnegie
  20. This was the real process of the German re- organisation – History of Modern Europe 1792-1878 by C. A. Fyffe

Rhymes for organisation