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a group of people acting together in a shared activity

a group of people organized for a particular purpose

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an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support

a body of people associated together

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According to him, it also served as an avenue through which issues concerning the scheme, employers and the corps members would be discussed and resolved.
N'est-ce pas la une tentative de colmater cette blessure que portent des corps malades du cancer comme on l'avait vu dans de nombreux spectacles autour de ce mal sournois et terrifiant dont ce petit bijou [beaucoup moins que]Kharif[beaucoup plus grand que] de Asmaa Houri et dont l'une des protagonistes etait justement Farida Bouazzaoui.
And last semester, students in the Corps posted an average GPA of 3.
The Peace Corps is the first example of an organization designed for international engagement and is the object of this article.
Managed by the Regional Support Center in Frankfurt, Germany, and working with post personnel, the corps provides customized solutions to posts' needs for on-site training, consulting and other hands-on assistance.
Still in the corps, Scheller held her own among the three principal ballerinas who performed with her in Jorma Elo's new, ultramodern Slice to Sharp.
You know, I have a master's degree in English literature--to think that a cheap bullet from the Badr Corps could end it all--what a waste of an education.
Billets are coordinated through co-occupational field sponsors (chief of staff, Marine Corps Systems Command for ground officer, and the commanding officer Marine Aviation Detachment, Patuxent River for aviation officers).
The reason the Corps successfully dodged responsibility and resisted reform until accepting some blame in June is the iron triangle, composed of career Corps bureaucrats, the contractors who make millions in profits from Corps projects, however lunatic, and the members of Congress for whom the Corps projects offer some of the juiciest slices of pork available.
As far as I'm concerned that's an act of respect for the Marine Corps and also for Marines," Swofford said.
Each time the Lobby Corps lobbies on the Hill, we win," declares current Lobby Corps Chair Carole Conors.
The past has propelled the Corps, and the vision of our former leaders has equipped Dragon Soldiers with the ability to conduct transformational business in the millennium through the plans, ideas, and leadership of former regimental command sergeants major: Wayne Bricker (1988 to 1989), John Roberts (1989 to 1991), Larry Nettles (1991 to 1992), Carl Lyons (1992 to 1994), Richard Garrett (1994 to 1997), James Van Patten III (1997 to 2001), James Barkley (2001 to 2002), and Peter Hiltner (2002 to 2004).
Prior tax rules limited S corps to having no more than 75 shareholders--forcing some privately held corporations into C corp status.
Days later, the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Warfare Requirements and Programs) and the Deputy Commandant for Aviation, USMC, signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to merge Navy and Marine Corps tactical air into a seamless Naval Aviation force at sea and ashore.