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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 courts' struggle regarding cell tower data shows the problems with the content/non-content approach to data that implicates associational freedom.
(26) Case law shows that the Rehabilitation Act's protections extend to instances of associational discrimination, even though such claims are not expressly stated within the statute.
Although this book was completed before the amendment of the UUCA in 2012, which appears to permit students some intellectual and associational freedoms, Weiss's argument that student activism has been inhibited by state intellectual containment and fragmented by ethnic and religious cleavages continues to hold true.
My paper contributes to the literature by providing evidence on the cognitive aspect of the business corporation, the aspect of the corporate body as an associational cognitive system, influence of the agency problem on managers' cost adjustment decisions, and agency conflicts as an important explanation for SG&A cost behavior.
The Dublin Society, "a beacon of the Irish associational landscape," was founded in 1731, at the beginning of a decade which, for reasons which are not entirely clear, witnessed a growth-spurt in civil society.
Perhaps such self-consciousness indicates Jackson is contemplating a different direction after having perfected his shifting, associational style.
speaker, to strengthen existing associational bonds among individuals
The event, organised by the Bahrain Mind Sports Associational (BMSA) in cooperation with the Bahrain Bridge Club (BBC), witnessed a large field of participants from Bahrain and the GCC.
This premium will be given, however, only to those among young unemployed holders of graduate degrees, who are willing to engage in a cultural, associational, educational, social or development activity, supervised by specialized structures and half-time only.
"Every generation should assume its role in the associational work," he said.

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