amalgamation


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  • noun

Synonyms for amalgamation

Synonyms for amalgamation

something produced by mixing

Synonyms for amalgamation

the combination of two or more commercial companies

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proceeding with filing the Scheme of Amalgamation with the High Court,
The amalgamation of Hawarden Infant and Rector Drew Church in Wales Voluntary Aided Junior School is also moving ahead following consultations and the publication of a statutory notice.
Thereafter, since 2005 with the advent of process of amalgamation the number of RRBs which stood constant at 196 started declining.
At the reconvened meeting on February 8, 2010, shareholders will be asked to consider and, if deemed appropriate, to re-approve the Amalgamation Resolution.
called East London Anglican Ministries, (ELAM), which was formed a few years ago from an amalgamation.
Council chiefs said the idea of amalgamation has been "generally supported" by staff, governors and parents and is proposed to come into play from September 2007.
Despite these concerns, the final regulations allow consolidations and amalgamations to qualify, because the Service did not believe that the existence of the consolidating or amalgamating entities within the resulting corporation prevents a consolidation or an amalgamation from qualifying as a statutory merger or consolidation.
The focus, from my perspective in supporting amalgamation, is that we have to support one another and stop competing with one another to attract new enterprises to the Tri-Towns, now Temiskaming Shores," says Hawken.
The survey also indicated over time support for the amalgamation had been increasing slightly in most areas, although there were some areas in which the level of opposition had not changed.
The inactivity on the amalgamation front in subsequent years, in the United States, is contrasted with the move toward city-region government structures in Northern Europe, Britain and Canada.
Finally, history shows that amalgamation is "natural" (363-64, 381).
91) allows a new corporation formed on an amalgamation and, through paragraph 88(1)(e.
This amalgamation will effectively provide for the acquisition of all of the outstanding equity interests of MCW by AXEA, indirectly through a wholly-owned New Brunswick incorporated subsidiary of AXEA, in a transaction in which the shareholders of MCW will receive shares of AXEA, and if applicable, convertible securities of AXEA.
The next step in this process is bringing all councils together on a regional basis to discuss amalgamation opportunities in early February.
A COUNCIL'S cabinet will hear how plans are moving ahead for the proposed amalgamation of two schools.