compeer


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one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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Martha: Compeer gives connections to people that we wouldn't have otherwise.
Compeer originated this approach in Rochester, NY, in 1973 (Skirboll & McLaughlin, 1990).
4, 2006) (on file with the Rutgers Compeer and Technology Law Journal).
There is a completely outfitted gymnasium and adjunct facilities where the athletically inclined gentleman may engage a compeer in a game of squash, or try out his skill with the mechanical boxer; and kennels which in regard to arrangement and cleanliness beggar comparison to the third-class quarters of many other vessels.
She'd like to see another similar facility in Ventura County, and in the meantime is helping Joyce Silber organize and raise seed money for Compeer, an international nonprofit organization to help the mentally ill.
11) The central locations prevail even when there were several instances in which one seller unilaterally chose a quartile location for several periods hoping his/her compeer would do likewise.
As our compeer grumps, "How many ways can we say this?
Before she knew it, Bunny--a dynamo who'd founded the international nonprofit mental health organization, Compeer, 30 years before--was invited to serve on the gala and development committees, helped initiate the Orchestra brunch five years ago, and co-chaired the Maestro Society for two years.
The Broadridge white paper, "RDR Intermediate Unitholder Obligations - The Developing Landscape for Nominees and Retail Investors," has been produced in association with UK specialist benchmarking and research organisation, ComPeer Ltd.
This deal reinforces Liverpool's position as the biggest wealth management centre outside London, according to research carried out by ComPeer for the Professional Liverpool organisation.
John Cadogan, toner graham accountancy recruitment, with prize draw winner Amy Burton; Coun Randal Brew, Lord Mayor of Birmingham (third from the right) with committee members for the West Midlands Young Chartered Accountants Group (WMYCAG) (left to right) Sebastian Hargreaves, Fiona Hamilton, Sally Beavan, Vanessa Woodward and young member Terry Plant; Moonfish - Winners of the Global Battle of the Bands National Finals with one of their prizes, the latest top of the range Roland V-Synth keyboard; Keyboard Genius Rick Wakeman one of the judges and compeer at the GBOB National Finals with the guests of honour the Lady Mayoress and Lord Mayor of Birmingham who officially opened the event
For seven years (1995-2002), he chaired the Fundraising Committee for Compeer of Greater Buffalo, helping to raise nearly $300,000 for that organization.
1st Prize: Compeer of Greater Buffalo, Older Adult Services, Buffalo, NY
A report by ComPeer, commissioned by Professional Liverpool, focuses on assets managed, portfolios held and revenue generated.
Another survey from specialist research agency ComPeer highlighted a sharp rise in the volume of online share dealing by small investors -many looking beyond London to invest in New York and Frankfurt's Deutsche Borse.