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Corporate

Pertaining to or possessing the qualities of a corporation, a legal entity created—pursuant to state law—to serve the purposes set out in its certificate of incorporation.

A corporate officer is an individual who is charged with the management of a corporation by virtue of a position as its president, vice president, treasurer, or secretary.

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Mark Dotzour and Donald Levi, however, found that corporately owned houses sell for an average of 4.6% less than individually owned houses in Wichita, Kansas.(2) Therefore, they suggest that appraisers not use a corporately owned house as a comparable in appraising an individually owned house if other sufficient data is available, and that if a corporately owned house is used for this purpose, an appropriate adjustment be made to the selling price of the corporately owned house.
The current panics over copyright, privacy, piracy, appropriation, information inflation, and attention deficit are only tips of the iceberg: it is increasingly difficult to contain privately and corporately held media properties, and even more difficult to guarantee that a mass consumer audience will (a) continue to care about the fenced-off media properties inside the turnstiles and (b) continue to exist.
To our knowledge, there was only one mention of this discrepancy in the corporately owned mainstream press.
Controller level inquiring to the potential of effectuating sale leaseback transactions on corporately owned property.
It's no longer a Venue of Legends, but a sumptuous palace for the footballer of today and his corporately entertained fans.
At that time Wal-Mart had more leased pharmacies than corporately owned pharmacies.
Glenn Murcutt (recently awarded the big Pritzker Prize) is one of the very few famous names to run a genuinely small practice with clients apparently willing to wait years for a house, but to his bigger and more corporately organized cont emporaries in Europe and America this approach seem at best perplexing and at worst deranged.
Peter's) is just that -- a collection of prayers new and old for use by individuals trying to form prayers for themselves, or corporately for family occasions -- from all the usual ones to a teen receiving a new driver's licence.
This reconstruction reveals that while the community held the land corporately it sold some property in exchange for improvements like mills, and the construction of a meeting house.
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Merchandise manager Perry Allan and the six buyers who report to him have a very different role in a voluntary group like Value Drug Mart compared with their counterparts in a chain of corporately owned drug stores.

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