Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being a body corporate.
“Second; unlike militaries, PMCs lack of corporateness.”
“Samuel Huntington defines professionalism by means of three primary characteristics: expertise, social responsibility, and corporateness.”
“In the boardroom, they debated the issue of Stella's corporateness versus Chris's droning voice, until at last the moment came for Lord Sugar to struggle through the puzzle of formulating a sentence that ended with the words "You're hired".”
“I'm glad I'm not alone in liking the place in spite of its corporateness.”
“* In the "uber-indieness of the one counterbalances the corporateness of the other, all for the benefit of literature" category: the Litblog Co-Op's Fall Read This! pick, Sam Savage's FIRMIN, has made the finals of the Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Awards!”
“The questions and accusations around Googlezon corporateness which sadly this ban proved the point the article was making.”
“It's the nature of bigness and corporateness to do that.”
“Or was there always a culture of corporateness to the environment?”
“Meeting for worship, our institutionalized witness to such an experience, is, despite its anarchistic appearance to others, an effort to experience a divine corporateness.”
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