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  • noun Plural form of associate.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of associate.


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  • Another thing to consider, "associates" is not aides.

    Was It Weaver? - Real Clear Politics –

  • The federal racketeering case against the national president of the Outlaws motorcycle gang and three of his associates is going to a jury in Virginia.

    Biker gang trial in Va. goes to jury

  • To take away a person's or institutions right to ownership of private property and the other liberties associates is outright communism.

    On Public Universities And Guns

  • Turns out only one of his two associates is from Portland, and he has the hard-edged glitter in his eyes and cuff-links that I associate with men of rank, or at least of pretension to such.

    For Adams, photo op becomes knock op (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • She called associates and acquaintances in various industries, asking for contact information for decision makers.

    Karlyn Lothery, communications consultant, succeeded after sending out a wider signal

  • Really, there is a a fair bit of wisdom in associates who are “unproductive” (i.e. unwilling to entirely sacrifice the maintenance of their personal identity so partners can maintain the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed) to band together and start firms of their own.

    Legal Slump Ahead? : Law is Cool

  • It's too bad for the people that Griffin associates with that the paladins seem to be everywhere.

    REVIEW: Jumper and Griffin's Story by Steven Gould

  • The confirmation that the security services are sufficiently interested in Deripaska to keep files on him and his associates is likely to add to pressure on the minister to provide more information about his contacts with the Russian billionaire.

    25 « October « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • In the past, firms expected attrition as part of their pyramid structures, but with attrition now at the highest levels ever, firms are starting to realize that losing associates is both expensive and bad for business.

    Finding Balance

  • So while on the subject of completely meaningless labels, what about the interesting group of "Libertarians" - emerging in the US because their former "Conservative" - label associates them with the Parrots who have made a complete pig's-arse out of everything?

    Talking about "Socialism."


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