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  • noun Plural form of affiliate.

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Examples

  • After Amazon criticized earlier versions of the Colorado bill, it was modified by law makers to ensure that affiliates did not bear any regulation burden. says the law didn't put any burden on the * affiliates* in Colorado.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • After Amazon criticized earlier versions of the Colorado bill, it was modified by law makers to ensure that affiliates did not bear any regulation burden. says the law didn't put any burden on the * affiliates* in Colorado.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • After Amazon criticized earlier versions of the Colorado bill, it was modified by law makers to ensure that affiliates did not bear any regulation burden. says the law didn't put any burden on the * affiliates* in Colorado.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Google watches for "thin affiliates" - essentially spam -- "A thin affiliate is a site that gives you no original content and that only provides copied descriptions of products with affiliate links."

    Internet News: Google's Guidelines to Assessing Quality

  • The state law says that if even one of those affiliates is in New York, Amazon must collect sales tax on everything sold in the state, even if it is not sold through the affiliate.

    Amazon Sues New York State to Void Sales Tax Rules - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The state law says that if even one of those affiliates is in New York, Amazon must collect sales tax on everything sold in the state, even if it is not sold through the affiliate.

    Amazon Sues New York State to Void Sales Tax Rules - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Dealing with affiliates is a flippin (caught myself) walk in the park compared to dealing with corporate America folks, and why should they act differently in person (at the wild parties, at the shows, swearing and just being yourself) at conferences/shows and then put on some type of false professional game face as soon as they get home to do their work?

    A Potential Pitfall For Linkbait?

  • They work closely with the I.O.C., with whom they have regular meetings, and as mentioned, their affiliates from the National Olympic Committees.

    Olympic Structures

  • Panicky depositors were turned away from Stanford International Bank and some of its Latin American affiliates Thursday, unable to withdraw their money after U.S.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • Panicky depositors were turned away from Stanford International Bank and some of its Latin American affiliates Thursday, unable to withdraw their money after U.S.

    WN.com - Photown News

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