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Noun
/ˌkôrpəˈrāSHən/,
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corporations, plural;
  1. A company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity (legally a person) and recognized as such in law

  2. A group of people elected to govern a city, town, or borough

  3. A paunch


  1. a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
  2. pot: slang for a paunch
  3. (corporate) of or belonging to a corporation; "corporate rates"; "corporate structure"
  4. (corporate) bodied: possessing or existing in bodily form; "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"
  5. (corporate) done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; "a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good"
  6. A corporation is an institution that is granted a charter recognizing it as a separate legal entity having its own privileges, and liabilities distinct from those of its members. There are many different forms of corporations, most of which are used to conduct business.
  7. In feudal Europe, corporations were aggregations of business interests in compact, usually with an explicit license from city, church, or national leaders. These functioned as effective monopolies for a particular good or labor.
  8. The Corporation is a nightclub in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. Originally based in the north of the city centre, on Bank Street near Castle Market, it moved to a nightclub previously known as the Unit in the early 2000s, which is located in the Devonshire Quarter and is on Milton Street.
  9. Corporation is a science fiction role-playing game created by Brutal Games, it has been inspired by many Science fiction films and books including 5th Element, Gattaca, Johnny Mnemonic & Total Recall. It has a small but growing fan base worldwide. ...
  10. Corporation is a Canadian business documentary television series which aired on CBC Television in 1975.
  11. Corporation refers to different kinds of student organizations worldwide.
  12. A group of individuals, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members; In Fascist Italy, a joint association of employers' and workers' representatives; A ...
  13. (Corporations) A legal entity, with the rights of a natural person, but set up for commercial purposes.
  14. (Corporations) Large-scale organizations that have legal powers, such as the ability to enter into contracts and buy and sell property, separate from their individual owners.
  15. (Corporations) are requested to sponsor this web site if they discover that they were able to market new products on basis of what this web site offers.
  16. Community development corporations
  17. Most corporations issue bonds if they need money to finance their initiatives or recover their activities. Other purposes include expansions, acquisitions and etc. in order to provide themselves with additional resources, corporations can also issue stocks. ...
  18. view our corporate events
  19. (CORPORATE) Term which refers to the united group of people (often called 'the body') of a Friends' meeting. While the Spirit may speak differently to individuals, the gathered meeting provides a clear perception of divine guidance for the community.
  20. (Corporate) (variety) : call for any of the above.
  21. (Corporate) A fortnightly program focusing the corporate world and the professionals who achieved substantial success in different job arenas. The show airs at 20:30 on alternate Saturdays. Corporate spans nearly 20 minutes.
  22. (Corporate) A production made for use only within a particular company. Usually staff training related. Usually not very well paid.
  23. (Corporate) Advertising | About Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
  24. (Corporate) Conflicts that occur within and between formal organizations.  These conflicts are influenced by the nature of the organization and its policies, both formal and informal, concerning change.
  25. (Corporate) Created a Flash animation that called out a problem with manual ticket inventories, demonstrated the product’s capabilities, provided a tour to show the usability of the product, and illustrated the tiers of service a customer could purchase.