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person

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 reason why people find it difficult to meet in Los Angeles is that unlike New York or Chicago or Miami, you don't really bump into people," said Andre Lowe, co-founder of MatchActivity.
There's no reason not to do those things, and they will certainly make some people feel good.
How did you choose the people that you first began living with?
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Many suggestions have been made for improving the business world's hiring practices in regard to disability issues, such as developing a regular recruiting process that draws from the community of disability; building long-term relationships with organizations in the community that are committed to the employment of people with disabilities; making upper-level policy changes regarding diversity; obtaining commitment from senior managers to the employment diversification program; continuously teaching and reinforcing information about disabilities with all employees; and maintaining a diverse, forward-thinking work environment (Younes, 2001).
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Other people on the team focus on other aspects of the website, which make the site either hard or easy to use.
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