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a social or business relationship

the act of becoming formally connected or joined

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The company said that these affiliations were for WACH in Columbia, South Carolina; KFOX in El Paso, Texas; KRXI in Reno, Nevada; WFXL in Albany, Georgia; and WSBT in South Bend, Indiana.
Because an institution's authors record their affiliations in a myriad of forms, searchers may be forced to search with a string of relatively nonspecific keywords--city names, state names, and so on--and then check each record to determine whether it does, in fact, represent the publication of an author affiliated with the searcher's institution.
Despite all the noise and tall claims about foreign affiliations, there remains the void which, if filled, can improve the functioning of local organizations, raising the status of an affiliation to more than just a superficial linkage.
These regulations establish the exclusive licensing standards and other requirements for taxicab licensees and affiliations.
Since modernity itself is in part about instituting political transparency in human society (democracy, bureaucracy, and a regular systems of law being three examples of attempts towards the transparent political life), one might be tempted to believe that the affiliations of power in our world ought to be relatively visible and understandable.
Physicians functioning independently of hospitals have little reason to be concerned about the financial impact of their activities on hospitals; affiliations that align financial incentives give physicians reason to change their behavior in such a way as to increase hospital revenues or lower hospital costs.
For instance, innovative teaching often leads to many new kinds of understandings, interactions, knowledges, and lore even though such work does not necessarily enhance our disciplinary affiliations.
Fredrick Walker was arrested after police found about 30 completed registration cards on which the party affiliation had been changed to Republican, according to a police report.
The National Spa & Pool Institute's Region 3 has informally laid the groundwork for an affiliation agreement.
In designing financial modernization legislation, we firmly believe that the Congress should focus on achieving two essential and indivisible objectives: removing outdated, competitively stifling restrictions on financial affiliations and, most important, adopting a framework for this modernization that promotes the safety and soundness of our banking and financial system and prevents the extension of the federal subsidy.
The Financial Services Competitiveness Act of 1997 (HR 10) would repeal the prohibitions in the Banking Act of 1933, commonly known as the Glass-Steagall act, against affiliations of commercial banks with investment banks and securities firms.
The 105th Congress, now getting down to business, may not look like America in terms of class, race or gender, but when it comes to religion, members are fairly representative of the nation, according to a new survey of congressional religious affiliations.
According to Galbreath Vice Chairman Bruce Mosler, who along with senior managing directors Andrew Simon and Henry Goodfriend has spearheaded the international efforts, the affiliations with Savills Commercial Limited in Europe and Robina Bienes Raices in Mexico have already resulted in several large deals in the works in Europe and several exclusive leasing assignments secured from Xerox in Mexico and for two Mexican banks in the U.
His professional affiliations include the Food Marketing Institute of America and his civic accomplishments include being a founder of the Children's Fund of San Bernardino County.
THE new open primary system in California can lead to some very interesting scenarios that are worthy of consideration - the blurring of party affiliations, the threat of one party influencing the nominations of another party.