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concert party

see TAKEOVER BID.

concert party

a group of individuals or firms that acts ‘in concert’, pooling its various resources in order to effect the TAKEOVER of a company See TAKEOVER BID, CITY CODE.
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Many concert parties suffered the indignity of being paid off early because they didn't like the comedian.
One did not have to directly participate in either concert parties or sporting events to be entertained by them.
Within a year of the war starting, the concert parties were discontinued, although the City Transport Band and some military bands did put on performances and the Punch and Judy shows were carried on.
Rihll's early forays on the legitimate stage (while managing his early Tatlers troupe) coincided with a period of unprecedented proliferation of concert parties across the country.
Nellie McClung (another member of the 'Famous Five'), wrote about the excitement of a similar rural audience when concert parties came to her small town in Manitoba:
For instance, "youngmen," defined by social position rather than age and identified with new western education, growing economic power, and autonomy, constituted the bulk of the audience of concert parties in colonial Gold Coast.
The Nostalgics are well known for their concert parties and hold regular events for pensioners.
She became a lifelong friend of the Queen Mother when she organised wartime morale-raising concert parties for troops.
44) apiece in cash, which would result in an increase of the stake he holds along with concert parties to 53.
BTL and its concert parties now own and have received acceptances for a total of nearly 79.
I myself was released and demobbed from the Forces and then did shows and concert parties around the Midlands.
She also enjoys a busy professional life working with operatic societies, choirs, cabaret groups, and concert parties in West Yorkshire either as musical director or accompanist.