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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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In 1991 Charles Lumpkin recalls that his spouse Vicki Lumpkin "was the first woman to be ordained by Potomac Baptist Association (Virginia), and the open associational council swelled with those that did not want a woman (any woman) ordained.
Libertarian socialism makes use of an associational critique of neoliberalism and provides solutions to negative outcomes of individualization in political society.
All require warrant procedures, because they mitigate the potential harms to associational freedom.
Student associational life and activism became incrementally affected by ethnic and religious cleavages.
Aoki examines the nature and forms of corporate organizational architecture as systems of associational cognition, focusing on the aspect of corporate cognition as a system of associational cognition composed of the management and other internal members of the organization.
In this case, the Second Circuit determined that it need not decide whether the P & A Agency could assert associational standing because it found Disability Advocates, Inc.
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.
The programme is meant to encourage the trainees to integrate associational and public life, as well as improve their leadership, communication and management abilities.
The theory of an associational discrimination daim is that the employer took an adverse employment action against the employee, not because of his or her own protected class stares, but because of that employee's association with another person who is a member of a particular protected dass.

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