Reportedly, on a proposal by the nominating, compensation and corporate governance committee, the board of directors decided to co-opt
Donsion as a director and a member of the audit and accounts committee.
The authors see the same dynamics at work when Victorians co-opt
Elizabeth's status as patron to enlist Victoria's support for the arts and modern inventions (chap.
It has spawned articles in the Journal of Religion and Film as well as several books (including one evangelical treatise that tries to co-opt
the movies to "inspire Christians to apply the movie's gospel message to their own lives").
From the point of view of the provinces," Fallaw argues, "regional elites tended to co-opt
national institutions, rather than the reverse" (157).
A row broke out over plans to co-opt
members of the public to fill the vacant positions and to reduce the number of councillors needed to have a quorum - the legal number of people necessary for a meeting to go ahead.
One can also glimpse the process by which an elite, in this case a black elite, made a deal whereby its attempt to co-opt
a vehicle of oppression (race) and turn it into a means of securing a public presence only reified what the elite sought to destroy in the first place (racial discrimination).
Government agencies face ongoing security risks from viruses, worms and sophisticated blended threats, such as Code Red, Nimda and Klez, that target network vulnerabilities, rapidly infect via multiple means, compromise data and co-opt
networks during coordinated cyber attacks.
In effect, one computer can co-opt
other Internet computers to solve pieces of a complex computational problem.
Institutions will inevitably co-opt
the creative soul: the group will invariably stifle the individual.
They are certain that corporate America will co-opt
any serious spiritual movement, much as it has done other cultural change -- from rock and roll to environmentalism.
216 specifically allows a co-op shareholder to deduct his portion of the real estate taxes paid by the co-opt
Furthermore, these Sec.
The committee may co-opt
any other professional, as required.
His expertise has been a huge asset to the ROA, and the decision has therefore been taken to co-opt
him on to the council, which allows us to continue to benefit from his outstanding knowledge.
When he marbleizes, Melee is channeling Pollock (and Stewart) by way of Warhol (that master of polyvalent meaning), who may have been the first artist to co-opt
Pollock's macho paint-flinging with his "Oxidization Paintings.
Yet his critics point to the mayor as a brilliantly manipulative racial politician--somebody who knows how to co-opt
Black preachers and Latino businessmen, who lets his friends of all backgrounds get rich off the public dime and who crushes even the first hint of an independent movement.