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AKA

An abbreviation for "also known as." It is used in business when a person or, less commonly, a company, has two names or a nickname that is often used.
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James Terry of law Firm Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, who has represented several contractors, said federal courts have become better at handling alter ego suits.
The Court lays out the two key elements of the alter ego doctrine: "(1) the owner exercised complete control over the corporation with respect to the transaction at issue and (2) such control was used to commit a fraud or wrong that injured the party seeking to pierce the veil.
Worrell, who is 23 and was taking his career tally to 13, enjoyed a pleasant surprise on Alter Ego, whose winning debut in the opening maiden fillies' stakes came at the rewarding odds of
The alter ego is also characterized by a living present which reconfirm its radical otherness.
The new Alter Ego watch reflects the feminine values of inner strength, grace and reliability whilst combining quality and durability with sophistication and elegance.
For example, kava, one of the ingredients in the Alter Ego Body Relaxer, has less than 10 published studies to its name.
Although this language seemed to presage an alter ego relationship between each DISC and its parent, the court stated, "the nexus is established by the parent of the phantom corporation [engaging] in the export business in the state.
London, Jan 29 (ANI): David Bowie has dismissed reports suggesting that he's to resurrect his Ziggy Stardust alter ego.
Played in what is, surprisingly, one of the film's least-funny performances by ``Ali G'' alter ego Sacha Baron Cohen, Jean represents everything red-blooded Yanks -- and Rebs -- should fear and hate.
Romance/ adventure manga series starring 14-year-old Daisuke and his alter ego, that infamous art thief, Dark.
It's a shame that Ricky Gervais can't seem to be anything more than his fantastic alter ego David Brent from The Office.
So, Pammy's alter ego named Carmen chose quickly learn about the profits from sex and drugs.