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Association

A word used to designate an organization, whether it is for-profit or non-profit. Some states list "association" as one of the acceptable names designating a corporation.
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Evaluating these dimensions of involvement together allows us to assess the relative importance of ethnic interaction in associational life.
41) As a final matter, Justice Thomas declined to respond to the argument that section 1-104, when taken together with several other of the state's election laws, severely burdened the respondents' associational rights by effectively preventing voters from changing their party affiliations before a primary election.
absent the advancement of associational values, advocacy of illegal
For each of the three associational groupings, Supervisors, Peer and Team, we used the ten questions that are the variables by which information is collected for the three associational groups.
As reflected in the Freedom in the World methodology, the highest possible score in the Associational and Organizational Rights category is 12.
Whether prolonged surveillance even in public places harms associational freedom and thus alters the analysis--an issue Knotts acknowledged but set aside--drives the divergence in courts' decisions on that question.
23) Taken as a whole, Sierra Club represents a thoughtful redefinition of Utah standing law, designed to ensure that associational standing is found only in concrete disputes properly subject to judicial resolution, and not in cases where an organization raises a policy complaint that should be directed to the legislature.
Presque Isle Downs & Casino prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference.
Following the British historian Nicholas Rogers, Higgins explains that the density of politics in a given era is determined by such factors as the reach of "the press; the extent of associational culture; the level of communications; the degree of urbanization, [and] literacy" (8).
The programme is meant to encourage the trainees to integrate associational and public life, as well as improve their leadership, communication and management abilities.
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