global organization

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n global organization an international alliance involving many different countries
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Usage

In literature:

Terrorist organizations with global reach comprise the third category.
"National Strategy for Combating Terrorism" by United States
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In news:

Organizers of a controversial global conference tasked with deciding the future of Internet regulation said Friday they are "bracing" for cyber attacks as the meeting passes its halfway point.
Lausanne Leader Doug Birdsall Departs After Organizing Most Diverse Meeting of Global Evangelicals Ever.
Organizers of a UN conference on global telecommunications said Thursday that hackers apparently blocked their website and disrupted the talks, a gathering some critics fear could lead to greater controls over the Internet.
NATIONAL NEWS (CNN) — Exhaust from diesel engines can cause cancer, a prominent global cancer group that's part of the World Health Organization said Tuesday.
IAG Cargo has signed an MoU with Global Logistics Network, a U.S.-based organization representing 421 small- and medium-sized freight forwarders from 125 countries.
In the past, only a select few corporations operated on a global scale, but the web has made it possible for organizations in Peoria, Ill. To sell goods and services to those in Prague.
Tread4Trafficking Tread4Trafficking, set for Saturday, is a family-friendly 5k walk/run to support the A21 Campaign, a non-profit organization that fights human trafficking globally.
RJ Weigel was VP for Americas global accounts in HP's Enterprise Storage Organization.
Arysta LifeScience turf and ornamentals is part of a global organization working to address your plant protection needs.
The new, not-for-profit organization will be called LL Global Inc and will be based in Windsor, Conn.
A tour of Big Creek Lumber Co. Forest and lumber mill in Santa Cruz County, organized for Saturday morning by SCS Global Services of Emeryville, has sold out.
That has long been the playbook for too many in the global anti- malarial community — the governmental agencies, charities and nongovernmental organizations that have spent billions but found few perfect solutions to date.
Organization issues its Global Tuberculosis Report 2012.
Engineering new synthetic organisms offers promise of fighting disease and even global warming, but also comes with risk.
The volume of unplanned oil production disruptions among countries not in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ) is one of several key measurements of global oil supply security.
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In science:

The article is organized as follows: section 2 deals with local theory which includes unstable fiber theorem and center-stable manifold theorem, and we handle global theory in section 3 which includes integrable theory and Melnikov analysis.
Melnikov Analysis for Singularly Perturbed DSII Equation
The CMS Level-1 trigger system is organized into three ma jor subsystems: (i) the Level-1 calorimeter trigger, (ii) the Level-1 muon trigger, and (iii) the Level-1 global trigger.
The CMS High Level Trigger
Bachrach, “Organizing a global coordinate system from local information on an ad-hoc sensor network,” in 2nd Intl.
Distributed Sensor Localization in Random Environments using Minimal Number of Anchor Nodes
Ma H, Zeng A-P (2003) Reconstruction of metabolic networks from genome data and analysis of their global structure for various organisms.
The Blind Watchmaker Network: Scale-freeness and Evolution
The term “global” refers to the fact that the variable GDP is shared by all cells (and therefore it can be considered the global “clock” of the organism).
Epigenetic Tracking, a Method to Generate Arbitrary Shapes By Using Evolutionary-Developmental Techniques
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