Proportional representation

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Proportional representation

A method of stockholder voting that allows minority shareholders and groups of small shareholders to have a better chance of getting representation on a Board of Directors than under statutory voting.

Proportional Representation

In a publicly-traded company, a method of voting for members of the board of directors in which a shareholder can give multiple votes to the same candidate rather than voting individually for each available seat. Proportional representation allows individual and small groups of shareholders a greater likelihood of having a representative on the board. See also: Statutory voting.
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Some will read this book as an argument for identity politics and its ideal of full representation, when artists can depict homosexuality without dodges, shame, or scandal.
And after all, if full representation were the go al then inclusion of plays by Fathers O'Leary and Dinneen as well as by Pearse would be appropriate.
The increased volume of clients allows students a greater opportunity to build these skills, but the service offered lacks the depth implicit in full representation.
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When Carter proposed that Congress support a constitutional amendment to give the District of Columbia full representation in Congress there were howls of ridicule.
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Animal aid and two other organisations attended the meeting and made a full representation to committee members.
For example we might have a mandate from an agent in Spain and we have to verify we have full representation to sell him to a British club.
Full representation has been essential to nearly every Green candidate success in other nations around the world.
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