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a social or business relationship

the act of becoming formally connected or joined

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In short, section 9-112, and specifically section 9-112-010(a), of the municipal code provides the framework for the relationship and obligations of affiliations and affiliates vis-a-vis each other and the general public.
24) The point I wish to draw attention to here is not merely that Said offers another theory about Europe and its culture but to mention the manner in which Said illustrates and demonstrates how the filial order and cultural affiliations are consolidated (and can be examined) at any time in any system to reveal specific cultural logics at discrete moments.
Another pathway through which hospital-physician affiliations may affect patient treatment is through an effect on transaction costs (see Robinson 1997, or for a more general discussion, Williamson 1985).
She returned to Walker and asked for her registration card back and, after sifting through a stack of cards, found that her card had been altered - the party affiliation changed to Republican, the police report said.
New affiliations, if allowed through bank subsidiaries, would accord banking organizations an unfair competitive advantage over comparable insurance and securities firms--both those operating independently and those that are bank holding company subsidiaries.
In addition, Menendez found six Easter Orthodox Christians, 30 members who belong to a variety of smaller religious organizations, and seven who claim no religious affiliation.
Fortifying The Galbreath Company's international scope is a new affiliation with the Mexican real estate firm Robina Bienes Raices, S.
His past civic affiliations include serving in leadership capacities for the Boy Scouts of America, Sheriff's Youth Foundation and the L.
May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- A new survey from Noblis Health Innovation, a leading non-profit advisory firm to health providers, found that in the context of the current economic crisis, nearly a third of hospitals are "much more interested" in affiliation than a year ago.
The most obvious, immediate consequence of the open primary, is the calculated blurring of party and ideological destinations, as many candidates work hard to de-emphasize their party affiliation and soften their stance on any issue deemed even remotely controversial, in a relentless effort to pander to potential crossover voters.
The Glass-Steagall Act was enacted during the Great Depression to restrict the securities activities and affiliations of banks and has long been seen as having separated commercial banking.
I am pleased to be here today to present the views of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on expanding permissible affiliations between banks and other financial services providers.
They gave the NAR affiliations to their members as options," said one real estate expert familiar with the situation.
CollectiveX Enables Group Members to Maximize Return on Involvement by Building Deeper Working Relationships within Existing, Trusted Group Affiliations
The record shows that ABC initiated the switch and Scripps, having been victimized by the sudden cancellation of its Fox affiliations, then acted upon ABC's offer.