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a large entrance or reception room or area

the people who support some common cause or business or principle or sectional interest

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a group of people who try actively to influence legislation

detain in conversation by or as if by holding on to the outer garments of

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Toronto adopts City of Ottawa's lobby registry 'business cards'.
However, several US-based entities including corporates such as Boeing and some industry groupings - including Alliance for Fair Trade with India (AFTI) and Chamber of Commerce of the USA - have stepped up their lobbying with the American lawmakers on India-related issues, as per the latest lobby disclosure reports.
The UK financial services lobby is very active in Brussels.
In its most sophisticated and academic form, this criticism of the power of the pro-Israel lobby has even been endorsed by Ivy League professors such as John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt.
Baron Design, an interior design firm for lobby, hallway, and common areas in high-end cooperatives, condominiums, and real-estate developments, has found that apartments can increase in value by a least 10 percent if the lobby and hallways are remodeled and up-to-date.
Your lobby is your front door--it's the first and last impression for your employees, tenants, and their customers," explains Charles McClafferty, chief operating officer with Sage Realty Corporation in New York City.
Nurses who arrived early at Lobby Day had a chance to network.
John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, authors of the bestseller 'The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy', discussed the views presented in their book with members of the media at the Dubai Press Club, on Sunday.
This legislation will place onerous reporting requirements on individuals and organizations that lobby our national leaders on issues of importance to them.
to put the message together, to deliver it in a focused, consistent way every chance they get," says former Minnesota Congressman, Gerry Sikorski, JD, now a Washington lobbyist with Holland & Knight, a top lobby law firm on K Street, the lobbyists' main boulevard.
Filing the IRS Form 5768 means a nonprofit elects to fall under the 1976 Lobby Law, which clearly defines lobbying activities and spending limits.
We also urge you to sign up for the Grassroots Lobby Corps (see box at the end of Hill Bulletin).
School districts, like other public agencies in the state of California, have for more than half a century had a right to lobby the Legislature for or against legislation, and this is exactly what Rose & Kindel is doing on behalf of L.
It is commonly acknowledged that lobbies play a large role in shaping policy and that the pro-Israel lobby enjoys a near-monopoly on U.
Grant, whose habit was to drink brandy and smoke cigarettes while relaxing in the lobby of the Willard Hotel, where he was often approached by those seeking favors.