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Legally, any natural or artificial person, which would include corporations, partnerships, associations, and limited liability companies. If it is important to distinguish among the “persons” who may do something or who are prohibited from doing something, relevant contracts, leases, or statutes will usually define the term.

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The following excerpts from winning entries highlight how the Walkman personal stereo has made a difference to their lives:
Most of these players are portable personal stereos, though some are designed for fixed installation in vehicles.
About the same time that I was learning about Luddites, I also got one of the first personal stereos.
I-deck Personal Stereo Companion's compact Hi-Fi two-way speakers allow iPod enthusiasts to enhance their MP3 listening experience.
And until then, he's got an advance copy of her new album Tissues and Issues on his personal stereo.
Capable of storing up to 10,000 downloaded songs it is the logical extension of the cassette-playing personal stereo.
Among the devices that are well served to host the FM tuner are cellular phones, digital music players, personal stereo and CD players, and portable computers.
Take an iPod or personal stereo in case the train is too quiet for the sound to be blocked.
The most unpleasant things people say they encountered on commuter trains, in descending order, were people allowing their children to go on a rampage (729 votes), talking on a cellphone (716), sitting with legs spread open (701), talking in a loud voice (610), groping women (604), spreading open the pages of one's newspaper (525), playing a personal stereo too loudly (520), applying cosmetics (501), failing asleep and leaning against one's neighbor (387) and couples who engage in public displays of affection (375).
The robocams look like personal stereo headsets with a camera at eye-level.
Bradley admitted breaking in and stealing property, including a Play Station, personal stereo and computer games.
By the end of this year, Williams hopes to expand the service beyond the Net by having the software installed directly into personal stereo component systems.