concert party


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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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You see, when the Umbrella Concert Party was born, it decided to carry on the culture and tradition of its parent, Provisions and National-Team Defenders Canteen, whereby only those who know little or no book at all were eligible to join.
But no, it's deemed politically incorrect - even though it's about an Army concert party in India in World War II when sergeant majors all spoke like that.
"The concert party offered fun and humour and their concert venues were often packed out," Harry said.
The upshot was that our little concert party were told over the phone on the way home that they had finished joint second.
Following completion of the offer, the Hawk concert party in aggregate owns or controls more than 50%.
The fight at the beach concert party involved two Syrian students and an Egyptian cameraman who are accused of assaulting the complainant by punching and kicking him all over his body.
12 June 2014 - UK construction group Pochin's PLC (LON:PCH) has agreed the terms of a cash GBP0.45 (USD0.76/EUR0.56) per share offer with a share alternative for its entire capital by Middlewich Ltd, a newly-established company formed by Pochin's director James Nicholson and other members of the Cedric Pochin concert party, Middlewich said today.
Macqueen-Pope described the concert party genre as the "Cinderella of the Theatrical Art" and "sadly neglected", but asserted that "in no branch is more expert knowledge and wider talent required" (9).
Send your letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1ED JUST over 50 years ago I read an article in the Chronicle about a concert party that was based in Cochrane Park, Newcastle.
A few full-length plays were staged until, in the early 1930s, the drama society became a concert party, which was more to the taste of the public in those days.
But for new immigrants, most of whom had moved to Alberta from Ontario or the United States less than ten years before, the promise of an evening's entertainment by a professional 'concert party' from central Canada must have been a welcome respite in the severe prairie winter.
It is fronted by grandfather Roy Farley, of Walmley, who originally called the ensemble The Buccaneers Concert Party, but changed its name about 30 years ago to represent the variety of the group.