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member

(Constituent part), noun article, branch, component, department, division, element, factor, feature, fraction, ingredient, integral part, item, link, part, piece, portion, section, segment, share, small part, subordinate part, unit

member

(Individual in a group), noun affiliate, belonger, cardholder, committeeperson, comrade, confederate, constituent, cooperator, copartner, cosharer, enlistee, enrolled person, fellow, follower, guildsman, participator, partner, patron, registered person, sharer, stockholder, teammate
See also: chapter, element, ingredient, offshoot, organ, participant, party

member

every person who agrees to become a member of a company and whose name is entered on its register of members.

MEMBER. This word has various significations: 1. The limits of the body useful in self-defence. Membrum est pars corporis habens destinatum operationem in corpore. Co. Litt. 126 a. See Limbs.
     2.-2. An individual who belongs to a firm, partnership, company or corporation. Vide Corporation; Partnership.
     3.-3. One who belongs to a legislative body, or other branch of the government; as, a member of the house of representatives; a member of the court.

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It is well established that nitrogen forms stronger donor bonds to copper than oxygen and that five membered chelating ligands are more stable than six membered rings (Cotton and Wilkinson 1962).
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I envisage an independent Statistical Board membered, supported and funded by national governments, regional political organizations and representatives for other major users.

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