Oraciones con la palabra "organise"

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1. I’ll organise us some drinks.
2. I’ll organise the forms for you.
3. We’re trying to organise a wedding.
4. Then organise water, food, and shelter.
5. And as to how you organise the search, I’m.
6. If you need more time, I can organise something.
7. There are three easy ways to organise your points.
8. Hmmm … that will give us time to organise things.
9. But first, he had to organise the odds in his favour.
10. Gilla, we ought to organise some sort of announcement.
11. He realised it would be up to him to organise everything.
12. Hardly sufficient to organise any large scale capture of Drongs.
13. He wanted to organise his thoughts for when he faced Helez later.
14. Basically, Smith could no more organise a cosmic booze-up in an.
15. You should organise the points you wish to make in a logical order.
16. There will be a lot to organise, when we have time, said Marian.
17. It's all material which we must organise, and then we must clear out.
18. We must organise the memorial for Joris and I need Berndt here for that.
19. Colin, you start, while I organise more coffee, said the President.
20. We will also need an autoresponder to collect and organise all of our lists.
21. Just try and organise things so that you can be ready to move as soon as.
22. On its own a PowerPointTM slide deck will not organise your talk for maximum.
23. He started to organise some documents, photo’s and copies of official papers.
24. You might have to organise a car for yourself to get you to the factory in Liverpool.
25. The shouting and confusion outside eased as Mophi started to control and organise his men.
26. The room you were just in is a holding area while we organise a more permanent one for you.
27. Ok, bring it in, and then escort Khun Ratray to the dining room and organise her some lunch.
28. After this, I go to pack my bags and Jack goes goes off to organise my seat on the plane leaving at 1.
29. As he left he said he’d organise three tickets for Coppelia at the Opera House the following afternoon.
30. Now they just had to wait for the National Insurance Fund to organise contractors to fix their property.
31. I might have to leave you for a short while to go and organise them, but I’ll be back before you know it.
32. Thank you, said Pon and the brigadier left the room, to organise the meal, leaving the two love birds to chat.
33. I’ve got directions, though I haven’t looked at them yet - we take it in turns to organise these bashes, you see.
34. Sitting on the bed Lewis angrily watches the doctor prepare needle and thread and organise her tray of medical equipment.
35. While I had been busy with training down in the amphitheatre, Arthur met each day with his captains to organise the troops.
36. They organise themselves into cells of up to five soldiers only, but lots of them, spread all over the country and abroad.
37. The sensible thing to do was to go back to the assembly point, report Steve as missing, then help organise a proper search.
38. Nikos would drop us off at the bay of Palatia then go back and organise the other two fishing boats to ferry up the volunteers in the morning.
39. Ken suggested he knew a friend in the multinational accounting firm Peat Marwick who might organise a speedy reaction, and broke the connection.
40. We can swear before God and man and posterity that we have seen how the police organise the massacres, without shame and almost without concealment.
41. Drake made his way to the front door to organise a car to take him straight to MI6 headquarters and back to the job he had always regretted leaving.
42. The Brisbane homicide squad and Missing persons areas were happy to let the others organise the raid but wanted some observers to look after their interests.
43. It took months to organise and the invitation were sent out by a fleet of secret riders, who delivered each secret invitation, sealed, to each king personally.
44. Nevertheless, a number of people who had been arrested had appeared in court in recent weeks for organising or attempting to organise disorder on social networks.
45. It needed a seriously premeditated team west of the Tasman to undertake that amount of leg work, all of which would take time to organise and be brought into play.
46. Even outnumbered ten to one, Cherva had easily taken them during a meeting in the Great Chamber, overcoming their weak resistance before they could organise themselves.
47. Every week he had to organise fixing energy supplies, electrical problems, drainage issues, replacing worn out heat insulation, getting damaged doors and windows fixed.
48. It dawned on Zarko that she was referring to his encounter with Nuska earlier that day and he wiped a hand across his brow, trying to organise his thoughts before speaking.
49. This part of the sting had taken several weeks to organise, but using his skills as a con artist and Akhim’s skill as a master forger, along with a few old contacts in the U.
50. A caste system for a social species might be the most efficient way to organise such a species: the greatest benefits for the collective, at the least costs for the collective.
51. He and Tom decided to take all the adult males to the pub to wet the head of the new babe and left me alone with the ladies and children to organise specific games for the little ones.
52. No doubt I shall need to ask for discrete phone taps and intercepts, and perhaps a monitoring of e-mail and other internet traffic, all of which no doubt GCHQ will be able to organise.
53. Basically, Smith could no more organise a cosmic booze-up in an entire star field of breweries than could an ant recite the works of Rabbie Burns across the vast glens of Whisky sodden Scotland.
54. They hoped that their mumbo jumbo demands would put off the organisers (street parties are expensive for local councils, who have to organise traffic rerouting, signage for diversions and so on).
55. Now, I have to go and organise for something to eat, and she was gone, leaving me alone in a room that was to be mine, shared with two others, most likely Cai and Medraut when he came to Cadwy.
56. I told him to go shaft a goat instead, and walked back into the hall, ready to organise places for the new arrivals to sleep, leaving Medraut standing behind, looking at me with his eyes blazing….
57. For my part, I’ve had to re-think how I organise the bathroom as he has a set way of laying out his shaving gear and, as I am given to understand it, the world will end if it is not laid out just so.
58. If they agreed, he would make all the arrangements for the safe transfer of their individual collections of stones to South Africa, where he had friends who could organise their safe and secure deposit.
59. In some twisted way, our conscience would feel better if we do everything in our power to organise the best funeral ever in a last desperate attempt to assure the deceased that we still love them dearly.
60. In the days before credit cards and instant international money transfers, travellers had to organise traveller’s cheques that had to be cashed at a bank or major hotel for local currency, using passport ID.
61. With both sides starting to talk tough, the United States decided it was time to organise its allies into something more than a bunch of states who just sat round shaking their heads about how awful Stalin was.
62. Smith hoped to hand over to the moderate nationalists led by Bishop Abel Muzorewa, but the 1979 Lancaster House agreement insisted that the UDI should end and the British should resume power and organise free elections.
63. I may say in all truth that if throughout the holidays there were no disorders in the convict prison, no sanguinary quarrels, no robberies, that must be attributed to the convicts being permitted to organise their performance.
64. He was Director of Education for Clackmannanshire in Scotland, and upon learning I was a Shakespearian actor with tertiary education, asked if I'd like to organise and run drama courses at his shire’s month-long residential schools.
65. Over the years, human breakthroughs in information technology—writing, printing, telephony, radio, television, computing, and the Internet—have consistently increased our ability to gather, process, organise and utilise information.
66. There are about twenty known categories that the brain uses to organise knowledge, including fruits/vegetables, plants, animals, body parts, colors, numbers, letters, nouns, verbs, proper names, faces, facial expressions, emotions and sounds.
67. As soon as it was revealed that Linda’s automatism plea had been accepted by the crown court, Golden dawn announced to a BBC new crew that it was to organise, in a few weeks time, the biggest Greek-only food distribution to feed impoverished Athenians.
68. Austin also told me of his ugly experience in his undergraduate days and that at a point he had to organise the entire students of the University to fight for the abolition of ‘handout’ syndrome, which rather enriched lecturers than serve the interest of students.
69. I may add that if the convicts had not got up a performance during the holidays, or done something of the kind, the administration would have been obliged to organise some sort of amusement; but as our Major was distinguished by ideas directly opposed to those of other people, I take a great responsibility on myself in saying that he knew of our project and authorised it.
70. Imagine the convict prison, chains, captivity, long years of confinement, of task-work, of monotonous life, falling away drop by drop like rain on an autumn day; imagine all this despair in presence of permission given to the convicts to amuse themselves, to breathe freely for an hour, to forget their nightmare, and to organise a play—and what a play! one that excited the envy and admiration of our town.
71. Human nature is not taken into account, it is excluded, it's not supposed to exist! They don't recognise that humanity, developing by a historical living process, will become at last a normal society, but they believe that a social system that has come out of some mathematical brain is going to organise all humanity at once and make it just and sinless in an instant, quicker than any living process! That's why they instinctively dislike history, 'nothing but ugliness and stupidity in it,' and they explain it all as stupidity! That's why they so dislike the living process of life; they don't.
72. Human nature is not taken into account, it is excluded, it’s not supposed to exist! They don’t recognise that humanity, developing by a historical living process, will become at last a normal society, but they believe that a social system that has come out of some mathematical brain is going to organise all humanity at once and make it just and sinless in an instant, quicker than any living process! That’s why they instinctively dislike history, ‘nothing but ugliness and stupidity in it,’ and they explain it all as stupidity! That’s why they so dislike the living process of life; they don’t want a living soul! The living soul demands life, the soul won’t obey the rules of mechanics, the soul is an object of suspicion, the soul is retrograde! But what they want though it smells of death and can be made of India-rubber, at least is not alive, has no will, is servile and won’t revolt!.
73. Coatl then dismissed them until they met later in the day, the next detail to attend to was a general meeting to inform the people of the conspiracy, organise runners to call our allies to a state of readiness, send scouts to visit the valley of Axber with specific instructions, the battle plans had been explained to Jodas and because he had done most of the initial troop training for this exact eventuality, he would be captain of the scouting party going to the valley, after it was explained to the people that the war had entered a new phase and we intended to test our warriors against the Teoti’s forces, a great cheer went up for the victory, they had no doubt, would be the prize of their warriors, I called an end to the meeting but instead of dispersing, the people gathered in groups analysing the meeting and discussing the outcome of various scenarios, although they didn’t make any of the decisions regarding the way the war was conducted, they were now more informed than they had ever been and had grown used to discussing the finer points of every engagement.
74. We need to know from all the elders when the collectors are due at each settlement, once we have this information, we will call a war meeting of our captains, the collectors in our country will be our first strike, then we will attack the collectors of all of the other subject tribes, we shall strike at their supply lines where-ever we find them, this will force them to send out more patrols to apprehend us, we will kill them also, we expect no mercy and we take no prisoners, the slaves, if not Toltec, we free them or allow them to return to Teotihuacan, why should they be fed by us let them be a burden on our enemies, our best allies are terror and confusion, which we must spread among the Teoti in abundance, but first things first, we must have the timetable from the elders, we will send relatives to see them, that will allay any suspicion, mother can organise this, me and you Loka will meet with the captains one at a time and plan our separate surprises for the collectors, we want no heroics, no hand to hand nonsense, kill with the arrow and lance, officers first, strike hard and fast, this is a struggle for our very existence, we head the slaves back to Teotihuacan and melt into the country side, no celebrations, quick, clean, then gone.
75. However you organise them it's best to remember that each point should be self-standing,.

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