from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or associated with a corporation.
- adj. Of or relating to a government or political system in which the principal economic functions, such as banking, industry, labor, and government, are organized as corporate entities.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Pertaining to a corporation; corporate.
- adj. Based on collective action or responsibility; especially, of a state, governed by or structured into separate bodies of classes, professions etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Corporate; having the character of a corporation.
The fifth principle adds a second structural element, namely the corporative organization of industry and of the State itself.
It should be noted at the outset that the court's decision to partially accept Yukos's so-called corporative claim does not establish the solidity of the company's position, but rather indicates the inadmissibility of some of its claims.
If you go back to John Flynn's Roosevelt Myth, you can find similar statements from FDR in his 1932 campaign the first of three New Deals - it wasn't until he got elected that they decided they would actually have to do something and therefore adopted the more enlightened Italian "corporative" program.
Like George Bush, he is more of a "corporative," someone who puts the needs of corporations and the rich above all else.
I think right now there is a mix in Second Life of "corporative" stuff and creativity stuff.
A lot of empty "corporative" sims and some full of visitors creative sims.
"comprehensive, balanced and sustainable" and called corporative responsibility an
I a graphic disigner with experience creating logos and all kind of corporative image desings.
It is then that we realize the "mea culpas" we give ourselves for the little we have advanced, and they are not few, especially in two areas that define the true power of a community: the politics and the corporative.
Is there anything the corporative neocons have done to benefit Americans in the last 8 years?