Definition of Organisers

1. Noun. (plural of organiser) ¹



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Definition of Organisers

1. organiser [n] - See also: organiser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organisers

organigrammes
organigrams
organisation
organisation chart
organisation charts
organisation mondiale de la sant'
organisational
organisational chart
organisationally
organisations
organise
organised
organised crime
organised pneumonia
organiser
organisers (current term)
organises
organising
organising centre
organism
organismal
organismal density
organismic
organismically
organisms
organist
organista
organistas
organists
organity

Literary usage of Organisers

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1. The Secret History of the Fenian Conspiracy: Its Origin, Objects by John Rutherford (1877)
"organisers, ETC. THE system of paid organisers was formally adopted in Ireland ... Paid organisers were first appointed in the United States after the ..."

2. England in the Age of Wycliffe by George Macaulay Trevelyan (1920)
"So were those who, during the early summer of '81, went round from county to county preparing the rebellion.3 The plans and methods of these organisers are ..."

3. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2005)
"... Honorary co-chairs Annex 1 LIST OF WORKSHOP organisers Luis Echavarri, Director-General of OECD/NEA Chung-Won Cho, Director-General of Nuclear Energy, ..."

4. The Merv Oasis: Travels and Adventures East of the Caspian During the Years by Edmund O'Donovan (1882)
"Novel military salute—Departure of Austrian officers—Rumoured advent of Russian organisers. THE fortifications of Teheran are, strictly speaking, ..."

5. The Russian Government and the Massacres: A Page of the Russian Counter by Evgeniĭ Petrovich Semenov (1907)
"... CHAPTER VI organisers OF THE MASSACRES M. DE WITTE, who in his capacity of Prime Minister shared with Nicholas II. the responsibility for the massacres ..."

6. History of Labour in the United States by John Rogers Commons, Don Divance Lescohier, Elizabeth Brandeis (1918)
"Pecuniary interest of the Order's organisers in furthering the eight-hour agitation, 380. Marvellous increase in the membership of the Knights, 381. ..."

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