from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, incorporates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of a number of persons who gets a company incorporated; one of the original members of a corporation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who forms a corporation; specifically, one of the persons named in an act of incorporation; one of the original members of an incorporated body or company.
- n. Specifically, a member of one university who is incorporated in, that is, has received an incorporating degree from, another university.
Highlights include the film's past ties to the Republican Jewish Coalition, Clarion's rent-an-address location, its incorporator, New York attorney Eli Greenberg, spokesman Gregory Ross 'implausible denial that the Fund also paid to distribute Obsession at both the Democratic and Republican conventions, and Ross' statement that the Clarion Fund will not disclose its donors 'names.
While the U.S. is a major producer of many basic products, it is far more an incorporator of them at early stages of production where technical know-how and intellectual property work their wonder.
Under that legislation, which is now pending before Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D), a "director, officer, member, incorporator, agent, or employee of a dispensary or cultivation center who has access to the medical marijuana at the dispensary or cultivation center" cannot have a felony or misdemeanor conviction for a drug-related offense.
Fitzgerald and McCarthy had named the store's co-incorporator (Waleed al-Noor) owner as an unindicted coconspirator in the 1995 Day of Terror case.
Also named on that list was Waleed al-Noor the co-incorporator of Sphinx Trading - proof that the Feds still had the Jersey City mailbox store on its radar.
The man who supplied those fake ID's that allowed al-Midhar and al-Hazmi to board A.A. Flight #77 that hit the Pentagon, was none other than Mohammed El-Attriss the co-incorporator of Sphinx with Waleed al-Noor - whom Patrick Fitzgerald had put on the unindicted co-conspirators list along with bin Laden and Ali Mohamed in 1995.
He was an original incorporator of the IU Foundation, one of the most powerful engines for alumni support and fund-raising among all state universities, and he was instrumental in raising funds for expansion of the IU libraries and construction of a fieldhouse which today is the Ora Wildermuth Center for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
H. Sleeper Harper was himself an incorporator of Harper & Brothers when the firm became a corporation in 1896.
For perfuming soap in large portions by the cold process, instead of using the pestle and mortar as an incorporator, it is more convenient and economical to employ a mill similar in construction to a cake chocolate-mill, or a flake cocoa-mill; any mechanical apparatus that answers for mixing paste and crushing lumps will serve pretty well for blending soap together.
The Reuters investigation found Gerald L. Pitts, the owner of the house in Cheyenne which is the headquarters of mass incorporator Wyoming Corporate Services, is the director, president or principal of 41 firms, according to Wyoming state incorporation data maintained by Maxfield's office.