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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A society of the principal merchants and traders of a city, who meet to promote the general trade and commerce of the place. Some of these are incorporated, as in Philadelphia.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Over the past 25 years, she had risen from selling fruit off a table to having more than 5,000 vendors paying dues to her organization, the Legitimate Civic and Commercial Association.
Now the greatest demand is coming from Portugal, where in 2002 a contract of commercial association was signed with Portuguese firm Amorim.
by commercial association," and Dave Marsh, mentioning the Nike ad featuring the Beatles' song "Revolution," says it has even defiled the idea of revolution.
As of late June, the number of self-service gas stations totaled about 1,600 in Japan, mainly in urban areas in the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya regions, according to the National Federation of Petroleum Commercial Association.
In this particular case, the settlement process was assigned to the commercial association known as the Company of New France with recruitment limited largely to the port regions of Dieppe and La Rochelle.
He and all the Founders -- many of whom were men of letters with a keen interest in foreign languages, history and culture -- certainly favored private and commercial association with foreign nations.
Weaver of Stearns, Weaver, Miller, Weissler, Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., in Tampa recently served as a panelist for a forum on growth management legislation and the water crisis, sponsored by the Florida Gulfcoast Commercial Association of Realtors.
By deciding to adapt our processes and procedures to a commercial association management software system that already offered viable solutions to our association's information needs - rather than customizing the software to fit our current processes - NASW now stands to avoid the cost and upgrade difficulties often associated with custom development.
The 1900 Tariff was the first in Brazilian history that was clearly a protective one, and it was established without consultation with any commercial association.
The President of the Mozambican Commercial Association warns that all the efforts farmers made during the 1993 crop year could go for nothing without effective marketing mechanisms.
OKLAHOMA CITY The Central Oklahoma Commercial Association of Realtors has scheduled the 2018 Commercial Real Estate Summit from 8 a.m.

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