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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.
Changes in the business associate relationship bring challenges to both covered entities and business associates.
ACHIEVING WORK/LIFE BALANCE IS A VERY personal goal that is unique to each associate, especially at a time when many firms are expecting associates to take on expanded roles (do more with less).
Barre: Jennifer Payne, Associates in Science in Office Administration: Legal
* Sales agent for Summer Associates' 4,000 s/f office building at 80 Park Street in Montclair, NJ.
AGENCY: Brown + Associates, Inc., Chanhassen, MN--Sue Brown
A neighbor-joining dendrogram was generated by using PAUP (Sinauer Associates Inc., Sutherland, MA, USA).
Georgia-Pacific is a corporate name that most Americans find recognizable, which is why it is also a name that Harmon Associates turns to when striving for economies of scale.
The experienced higher education consultants of Paulien & Associates, Inc.

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