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- adj. Associated, related, or united.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of affiliate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being joined in close association.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being joined in close association
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Dope high-octane Detroit-meets-UK-funky workout from the label affiliated to Berlin's legendary Hard Wax record store.
The bigger the name affiliated with the story, the more lurid the details.
One of the more innovative pieces that draws on both of our capabilities is what we call the affiliated physicians EMR solution and that's getting out to that last mile, so to speak, the hardest to reach part of the healthcare community which is the small physician practices.
Frankly, who would want his or her name affiliated with one of Africa's worst dictators?
The dexterosphere takes it to mean that two conditions were necessary for the candidate to remain affiliated with (or at least to feel comfortable at) Trinity United Church of Christ: Pastor Wright had to both retire and acknowledge that his anti-American sermons were wrong.
This is definitely true with large mega churches that have the space and resources to offer everything from schools to vacations to shopping on site or in affiliated spaces.
Interestingly, the nurse who is covering the topic tomorrow does not want her name affiliated with our workplace, which does not even perform abortions.
In at least one case the scientist involved was surprised and shocked to see his name affiliated with the statements of the DI, and he asked that his name be removed it was.
At 23, Hill comes off just one season in affiliated ball (he spent 2000 in an independent league) and that one was interrupted by injury.
In his first year in affiliated minor league baseball,