affiliation


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a social or business relationship

the act of becoming formally connected or joined

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Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc (NASDAQ:SBGI) declared on Wednesday a multi-year agreement with FOX Broadcasting Company that renewed station affiliation agreements for all five of the company's FOX affiliations nearing the end of their terms.
The committee also decided to end affiliation of those college which were not providing satisfactory facilities to students.
Keyword searches depend on the search engine's identification of terms in the affiliation information that authors and publishers have, respectively, included in the article and submitted to the literature database (PubMed, Scopus, Embase, etc.
Such experts are uniquely positioned to discuss the complex nature of SBA affiliation rules.
Organizations in the advertising and PR industries continuously seek foreign affiliations as it enhances their credibility in the local as well as international markets.
The bench held that the government had failed to provide a valid reason justifying the affiliation of a historic medical institution with a "teenaged" university.
When you met Mr Narinder Batra ( member of the fivemember panel formed to look into affiliation of various state units), he apprised you about the complaints which have been received from the different quarters who have raised doubts about the authentication of the formation of Hockey Punjab," Hockey India president AK Mattoo wrote to Pargat.
To increase the number of market participants, the city amended the municipal (code) to provide that "[n]o taxicab affiliation may have more than 25 percent of the total number of city licensed taxicabs as affiliates.
Under this affiliation, Marubeni and ITC will together examine the possibility of joint handling of the export of soybean extract/maize, maize products and fruit and vegetables produced in India, joint establishment of the infrastructure for grain, including silos, joint engagement in the business of pressed oil and soy-bean protein production, and joint handling of textiles and chemicals, such as plastics.
Data from a 2000 Statistics Canada survey shows that over 14,000 Canadians engaged in philanthropic activity and their religious affiliation.
LANCASTER -- Less than three weeks after reaching a new affiliation deal with the Boston Red Sox, the JetHawks unleashed the start of a marketing campaign designed to capitalize on their new parent club's brand name.
The North Dakota Music Teachers Association (NDMTA) was recently recognized for its 50 years of affiliation with MTNA.
Partner Dickson Flake said his firm bought a stake in Colliers to get the affiliation.
The court found that political affiliation is an appropriate consideration where an employee acts as a governmental spokesperson, and affiliation can be considered in making employment decisions in which an employee is vested with substantial discretionary authority in the implementation of the policy goals of elected officials.
This absence is regrettable, since Said's discussion of filiation and affiliation offers us some of the most stimulating and challenging perspectives on how cultures and systems produce and claim authority.