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affiliated

adjective allied, associated, closely allied, closely related, confederated, connected, coupled, incorporated, intimately allied, intimately related, joined with, leagued, linked, related, united
Associated concepts: affiliated association, affiliated commany, affiliated corporation, affiliated firm, affiliated organization
See also: accompanying, akin, allied, apposite, associated, cognate, collateral, conjoint, consanguineous, correlative, germane, incident, interested, interrelated, related
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Assessing these conditions over time will allow dental clinics to assess their Affiliated Practice model's impact on improving oral health outcomes.
If the local affiliate market had less than three equal VHF TV stations, the owners of the dominant VHF TV stations in those markets could and do command premium cash compensation payments from the networks they are affiliated with.
Accordingly, the affiliated state organization must be realistic when involved in the legislative process.
LLC, said, "Our full year 2005 results are not directly comparable to our full year 2004 results because 2004 benefited significantly from the merger of two of our affiliated REITs in September 2004.
When an affiliated group member borrows funds from a related affiliate and invests them directly in exempt obligations, Sec.
In addition, bank-affiliated investment advisers are encouraged to establish alternative sources of financial support to avoid seeking support from affiliated banks.
These same organizations are still represented on the NISH Board today, along with chief executive officers from several NISH affiliated agencies and others with experience in the disability field.
However, a majority of the shareholders of both groups had to approve any merger, purchase or sale of 5% of Alumax's corporate assets and any liquidation, hiring or firing of the CEO or loans to affiliated corporations.
Hence, under the rules adopted by the General Assembly, if a passive investment company (or a holding company) has no dealings (or nexus) with the State of Maryland, the State may generally not tax that company, even if it derives part of its income from, for example, licensing its trademarks or other intangibles to affiliated companies that are doing business within, and accordingly are properly taxable by, the State.(1)
This new disaggregation, presented for 1982-93, breaks down cross-border trade according to whether it is between affiliated parties -- that is, within MNC's -- or between unaffiliated parties.
APHA will soon have a stronger, more formal relationship with its state and regional affiliated public health associations, thanks to a memorandum of understanding now under review.
The DCL rules generally limit the use of losses incurred by a "dual resident corporation" (DRC) to offset the income of affiliated domestic corporations.

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