- n. Plural form of incorporation.
“There is no need to completely dismantle the existing systems .... the tools are there to open doors and windows that can let in fresh air and light .... and we can codify the commonsense of natural nations to protect ourselves from the complexities of "incorporations" of all types that have no real substance apart from our permission.”
“Basically, the argument is that because the government has set the rules for corporate incorporation, and that these incorporations require state approval, that makes corporate entities “state-created.””
“He tried to push through legislation that would have federalized all corporate incorporations – no more Delaware corporations – with the commerce department, and would have made it illegal for corporations to introduce more stock than they were worth – with the commerce secretary making that determination.”
“Her survey concentrates on employment, a key economic indicator, but doesn't take into account other signs of economic health such as construction starts, business incorporations and tax revenue.”
“Number 2, It's not a case of "King County has been promoting anexations and incorporations of urban unincorporated FOREVER.”
“She's was on the Seattle City Council FOREVER, but somehow never noticed that King County has been promoting anexations and incorporations of urban unincorporated FOREVER???”
“So now it's unknown if someone may be collecting large amounts of program payments if that person collects the money through various partnerships or incorporations.”
“When you consider the "incorporations by reference" to earlier legislation, the number of pages snowballs for each version.”
“While many scholars focus on the incorporation of the globe into the modern world system, a few, such as Thomas Hall, call for research on "precapitalist" (that is, premodern) incorporations. 13 The fact that the Chinese were extraordinarily successful as an imperial power in East Asia and Southeast Asia will provide a better understanding of precapitalist incorporations in world history.”
“Last year, Delaware, the preferred home for the registration of new firms, saw incorporations drop by 25 percent.”
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