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associates

[ə′sō·sē·ətz]
(mathematics)
Two elements x and y in a commutative ring with identity such that x = ay, where a is a unit. Also known as equivalent elements.
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He takes with him, however, a rather curious associate, who gets over this difficulty, but dips his naked foot into creasote, whence come Toby, and a six-mile limp for a half-pay officer with a damaged tendo Achillis.
But it was the associate, and not Jonathan, who committed the crime.
The female associate was speaking, and her first words set all Mr Pickering's suspicions dancing a dance of triumph.
When such men are only private individuals and before they get power, this is their character; they associate entirely with their own flatterers or ready tools; or if they want anything from anybody, they in their turn are equally ready to bow down before them: they profess every sort of affection for them; but when they have gained their point they know them no more.
MERIT: Dow AgroSciences / Bader Rutter & Associates, Inc.
Whyte, vice president, Stribling & Associates, LTD; Heidi Graf, sales associate, Sutton 57, LLC and Marlys Badzin, buyer at Sutton 57
For a complete brochure Contact: Jack Hirose & Associates Inc.
Integrated Care Solutions Jean Moreau & Associates Knowledge Systems & Research Inc.
com, Network Associates offers solutions to companies of all sizes, as well as professional firms and individuals,
The associates' commitments, which usually last one to three years, generally include a promise to meet with the other associates on a regular basis for prayer and faith-sharing and to try to bring the charism of the religious community into the associates' homes, neighborhoods, and workplaces.
The organizations may have to include dues received from associate or patron members as unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) when the benefits received by associates and patron members are not consistent with the organization's exempt purpose.
ATLANTA -- Ceto and Associates, a national consulting firm providing revenue enhancement solutions for the financial industry, has named Noel H.

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