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to organize | to organise | to organize

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organize, organise
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organize, organise
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organize / organiseLast post 03 Jul 08, 10:49
also: specialize / specialise etc. Leo marks the spelling with "z" as AE, just as Webster a…2 Replies
organize oder organizedLast post 16 Jan 07, 18:08
I don’t like the public limited company, because it is organized to expensive. Ich bin mir n3 Replies
organizeLast post 17 Aug 08, 13:41
"How to organize competition between suppliers" Titel einer internen Arbeitsanweisung. Wie …3 Replies
organizeLast post 12 Nov 08, 13:27
(NAME) a corporation organized and validly existing under the laws of the State of Delaware.…1 Replies
Eine Umfrage durchführenLast post 26 Jun 10, 13:59
carry out a survey or conduct a survey. Thanks1 Replies
orchestrer - durchführenLast post 30 Jul 08, 12:18
Orginaltext:"[...] des contrôles antidopages ciblés, orchestrés par l'Agence francaise." Ist…3 Replies
organize new groupsLast post 07 Jan 09, 08:39
Our primary concern (unserm nächstliegenden Interesse gilt den) is with the collective acto…21 Replies
failure to organizeLast post 15 Nov 11, 11:59
"I, too, mentioned Mr. Meier's failure to organize the event as one of the reasons for termi…3 Replies
verrichten, ausführen, durchführen, vornehmenLast post 08 Sep 14, 14:55
Der Schüler hat seine Aufgabe gewissenhaft (a) verrichtet (b) ausgeführt (c) durchgeführt (…3 Replies
abnehmen = durchführen ? (s. Kontext)Last post 23 Feb 21, 06:45
aus der SZ:Ebenfalls neu: Für den Einsatz an Berliner Schulen und Kitas sind acht mobile Tes…11 Replies

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