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a plant, animal, substance, etc., closely related to another in characteristics or form
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Allied health and nursing disciplines share similar history as "helping professions" that moved their education from the hospital setting into the university milieu.
Allied Resins got the contract to reprocess and compound all the plastic coatings that Western Electric had stripped from used wire--five or six railcars a month of black cable scrap.
then entered the war ha both Asia and Europe, fighting alongside Allied forces to liberate Europe, North Africa, and Asia from the grip of the Axis powers.
Yet, when one considers the scope and breadth of security obligations, deployments, and ongoing missions presently assigned to American military forces and when we add up the burden this imposes on the American soldier and taxpayer alike it is clear that the goal of increasing allied defense spending to ensure greater alliance interoperability, deployability and combat effectiveness, confers a major, lasting and very strategic benefit on the security interests of the United States.
In a recycling sector that has witnessed dozens of business closures during the last decade alone, Allied Metal Co.
Allied was expecting to generate more than $446 million in capital gain on the sale of its interest in a company.
Since Allied Renovation began its financing program to help owners protect their assets with waterproofing and restoration work, demand for the service in the New York metropolitan area has increased significantly.
For more than three decades, the Allied Industrial Fibers Division of Allied-Signal Inc.
This book replaces an older 1972 work, Educating Personnel for the Allied Health Professions and Services-- Administrative Considerations.
TOKYO -- Allied Telesis Capital Corporation (AT Capital), a subsidiary of Allied Telesis Holdings K.
Fifty years of NATO cooperation made natural the participation of allied forces in Operation Enduring Freedom.
WASHINGTON -- Allied Capital commented today on a letter that was sent to Allied Capital's Board of Directors by short-seller David Einhorn.