from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Acting as a corporate body.
- adv. In a corporate way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a corporate capacity; acting as a corporate body.
- adv. In, or as regarda, the body.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a corporate capacity.
- As regards the body; in the body; bodily.
At a time when Super Bowls and Final Fours are held in corporately named stadiums and cavernous domes, there's something right about each and every Masters unfolding in this land-that-time-forgot place, delivering the same stage, the same theater in the pines, for the Bobby Joneses and Phil Mickelsons.
Not their bankers or their special interest benefactors "corporately," in violation of America's true form of government as contained within that glass case a few short miles down the street - and the document which provides for the very offices in which they now hold yet show such little awareness of its provisions more so now within the last eight years than any other period in history.
Our arbiter misses the point that promoting the inverse of market values still promotes market structure, since how else are you to know when you're genuinely moved or merely corporately conditioned?
The corporately manipulated MSM continues to legitimize elements of a very dangerous rightwing cult that thrives on public apathy nand ignorance while “thinking” Americans continiue their very passive response to same.
Every year, the public and community media family sing kumbaya at annual conferences like the National Federation for Community Broadcasters or the bi-annual National Conference on Media Reform, where independent, alternative, community-based and public interest media are saluted for their roles as antidotes to the lack of credibility of the commercial and corporately-owned networks, the cable giants and the radio empires of Clear Channel, Infinity and Entercom.
However, ST '09 is not a mere popcorn film, designed to capitalize on the familiarity of corporately-owned characters.
What Tea Partiers are revolting against is not just "government" but corporately controlled government -- what we may call corporatism.
I think this way because the definition of Capitalism is an economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately or corporately owned and development is proportionate to the accumulation and reinvestment of profits gained in a free market.
I think that right-wing think-tanks will be useful as references for the coming onslaught of corporately funded issue advocacy and character assassinations.
Like Naziphobia it is a possibility but bears not at all on a discussion of the life-style choice and its social ramifications individually and corporately and whether these things are desirable.
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