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Synonyms for membership

Synonyms for membership

the body of members of an organization or group

the state of being a member

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Best of all, institutional memberships now cover discounts to the NAI Certification program
Our membership eligibility has been extended to include male family members.
Golf Sudbury has memberships and green fees to appeal to any price range.
Membership during FY03 actually declined from 13,048 to 12,665.
The Annual Members Business Meeting will include a membership vote on: 1) the minutes from the 2003 Annual Members Business Meeting; 2) proposed amendments to CalCPA's Articles of Incorporation; 3) three proposed amendments to the bylaws; and 4) election of officers and directors should there be a contested seat.
We at PIMA share in this mind-set and are excited to launch Membership Month this February, which is a month long program that will bring new benefits and opportunities to you.
Seizing on this untapped market, companies such as Sentient, Delta AirElite and Marquis are offering private-jet memberships.
A sluggish economy has weighed down gym membership sales throughout the San Fernando Valley, a stark contrast to the traditional January crush of new members with fresh resolutions.
The new membership system, benefits, dues, and fees will become effective on July 1.
It was founded by a group of workers in the State-Federal program of rehabilitation, but its reach has been greater than to the membership of a single administrative body in the movement of vocational rehabilitation.
If this is the case and the payment for membership dues exceeds $75, the quid pro quo contribution disclosure rules will apply.
The ballots will then be counted by a panel of judges and results announced during a special membership meeting scheduled for Friday, Oct 12 at AFS.
Also, memberships include unlimited mileage, available on-site detailing and storage of personal vehicles, 24-hour roadside assistance for club vehicles and entertaining club activities (racetrack days, social networking events, poker parties, drive-trip planning, new car premieres and more).
Perhaps a corporate membership, similar to those used by other associations, in which an organization can buy several memberships either at a reduced rate or with special features.
Both allow clients to put their memberships on hold if they think they've met Mr.