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Synonyms for syndicate

Synonyms for syndicate

a combination of businesses closely interconnected for common profit

Synonyms for syndicate

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

an association of companies for some definite purpose

a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc

join together into a syndicate

organize into or form a syndicate

sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations

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MP Tamer Abdel Kader made threatening statements in Al-Shorouk newspaper on Wednesday, claiming that the syndicate risked being placed under judicial oversight.
The following is a list of the 26 syndicates that remain active underwriting syndicates on the New York Insurance Exchange:
Saeed Thabit, deputy head of the syndicate, said the journalists have the right to call for leadership elections; however, elections should be based on the stipulations and orders of the syndicate.
Syndicate said it had decided to sell the unit as non-core following a review of its business.
Other syndicates whose horses made the frame last week include Queen Maeve Racing syndicate, with their seven-year- old Corskeagh Royale finishing third at Tipperary to record his seventh placing this season.
The syndicate strongly denounces the assault on colleague Tony Franjiyeh at the entrance of Tripoli serail and in the presence of Tripoli's lawyers syndicate president Antoine Ayrout," the statement of the syndicate said.
One way the syndicate is trying to keep that momentum going this year is to have its sales reps spend about 25% more time on the road than they did in 2005.
Hextall said that Amlin, which operates Syndicate 2001, has been involved in the Lloyd's market "in some shape or form since the 1920s.
The fact that there aren't many books written for young black men on the market puts Syndicate Media Group in the interesting position of at least trying, "Those who are concerned about the effects our books will have on young black men should be going to mainstream publishers and asking them why they aren't putting out books for this audience," says Gerald.
He divides these into six sets, which, in the chronological order of their historical development, should be listed as: fire-fighting brigades, mutual aid societies, live-stock insurance societies, anti-phylloxera syndicates, general agricultural syndicates, and threshing-machine syndicates.
Shortly after, McGruder signed a five-year syndication contract with Universal Press Syndicate that gives him almost complete ownership of his work.
TODAY we're giving every reader three Lottery Syndicate Tickets - that's three free chances to win the cool pounds 10million jackpot tonight.
Luessenhop's syndicate specialized in insurance for toxic waste, product liability, and malpractice insurance.
This apparent loss of government control was dealt with in 1993 through the adoption of Law 100 governing elections to the syndicate boards.
Best Europe - Rating Services Limited has affirmed the financial strength rating of A (Excellent) and issuer credit ratings of "a+" of Lloyd's Syndicate 609 (United Kingdom), which is managed by Atrium Underwriters Limited (AUL).
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