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one of the original members when an organization was founded

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6, 1956, with 87 charter members and the motto: ``Make Straight in the Desert a Highway for God.
Gururaj "Desh" Deshpande, co-founder and chairman of Sycamore Networks who started TiE's Boston chapter in 1998, says it took a few years for the group to gel, largely because they had to figure out how to convince potential charter members that it was worth $1,500 to get some free cups of coffee and attend networking dinners.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- All Elvis Presley MasterCard charter members will be treated to a complimentary tour of the superstar's Graceland Mansion in observance of Presleys birthday.
CBCWA's rating is based primarily on the credit quality of the largest charter members given the step up requirements of the contract.
Siemens is a charter member and serves on the executive committee of the IFC, has a leadership role in the FICIM project, holds a key leadership position in the IEC TC65.
Only Charter members receive a significant price break to license the cutting-edge origination platform.
Finally, the regulatory environment that led to the creation of CBCWA, the ability of CBCWA to discontinue service to charter members defaulting under the contract terms, and the direct oversight in the passage of charter member rates by the Public Service Commission ensure CBCWA's necessity and promote a stable operating environment.
That's the parting message the last surviving charter member of the North Hollywood Lion's Club would like to pass on today to the next generation of young businessmen and women.
She was a charter member of the Renaissance Society of America, and an active supporter of the Grolier Club, of the New York Public Library, of the American Academy in Rome, and of Bryn Mawr College.
ATLANTA -- Virgin Charter, a new full service online marketplace that brings together private air travel buyers and operators, today announced the launch of its Charter Member Program which offers access to a fully functional marketplace for selling, purchasing and booking charter flights on private aircraft on an invitation-only basis.
Palmdale, which lost its league debut 66-0 to Barstow but bounced back to win consecutive titles in 1959-60, is the only remaining charter member.
Each Charter Member will have a designated member number in the numerical sequence they joined.
So can his wife, Marguerite: she helped reactivate the local Community Chest, the precursor of the United Way, helped get the Visiting Nurses Association established in the Antelope Valley, and was a charter member of the local chapter of the American Association of University Women; member of the Lancaster Woman's Club and president of the Los Angeles County Medical Alliance.
Open Country, a next-generation systems management software company, today announced that it has become a charter member of the Black Duck Compliance Vanguard Alliance, a powerful new initiative aimed at helping enterprises better manage the compliance issues associated with the use of open source code.
We are pleased to join as a charter member of the Black Duck Compliance Vanguard Alliance," said Steve Larsen, CEO and co-founder of Krugle, the code search engine for developers.
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