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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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The Association points to a recently-conducted Department of Health and Human Services audit of insurers that noted that long term care insurance companies paid more claims than the auditors would have approved.
The British Beer and Pub Association points out that since 2004 tax on beer has risen by 60% - and is now 12 times higher than in Germany.
In a circular addressed to the trade, the Light Wine Association points out to grocers the advantages, both to the trade and the public, of combining with their business the sale of pure and genuine wines.
Over the past few years, the software sector in Bulgaria has been growing despite the crisis, with new employees being hired and salaries increasing, the association points out.
Chief among them, the association points out, will be continuing to ensure that state and federal lawmakers understand the role of pharmacy in controlling health care costs, along with ensuring that payments to pharmacies are not slashed as legislators continue to search for ways to reduce spending.
Additionally, the Association points out that Tunisia's attachment to the unchanging principles of Human Rights and their universal values is a key choice consecrated by a series of laws that have encompassed the reinforcement of rights and liberties.
But the Huntington's Disease Association points out that living with the knowledge that you have a k high chance of developing the illness could be very distressing - and may even affect your ability to get life insurance.

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