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31. Jill volunteered to organize a petition.
32. I stupidly agreed to organize the party.
33. Who's going to organize the sandwiches for Monday's meeting?
34. We decided to band together and organize a protest.
35. The capitalists resisted all efforts to organize.
36. The democrats organize a filibuster in the senate.
37. I've been delegated to organize the Christmas party.
38. The scientists need to organize themselves and work as a team.
39. She is a shining example of how to organize your time.
40. With the agreement of all members of the club, we decided to organize a trip.
41. All her friends have been roped in to help organize the event.
42. With blind obedience,[http://sentencedict.com/organize.html] I allowed my father to organize my life.
43. The law gives workers the right to organize and bargain collectively.
44. They're trying to organize a trip to the beach or something along those lines .
45. Go right ahead, I'm sure you don't need me to organize you.
46. People who organize dog fights are scum in my opinion!
47. We need a bit more system in the way we organize our files.
48. He needs to marry a down-to-earth person who will organize his life for him.
49. We organize various social activities, but not all the members want to be drawn in.
50. The lawyer helped to organize a group of parents who took action for their children.
51. To write a good essay you must first organize your ideas logically.
52. If enough of you are interested, we'll organize a trip to the theatre.
53. We need someone really efficient who can organize the office and make it run smoothly.
54. This proposal will almost certainly spark another countrywide debate about how to organize the school system.
55. Don't ask them to organize the trip, they'll only screw everything up.
56. She needs to organize her ideas in a more orderly way.
57. He rang his wife and asked her to organize coffee and sandwiches.
58. It's the manager's job to organize cover for staff who are absent.
59. Pam's flogging a dead horse trying to organize the theatre trip. It's quite obvious that nobody's interested.
60. I want to assist to / at / your school next July. We assisted at the concert last Saturday means 'We helped to organize the concert.' Use:We went to the concert last Saturday.
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