joined in some kind of relationship (as a colleague or ally or companion etc ); "a cabal of associated lawyers"
Being in an experience or memory as fully and completely as possible (with all the senses); looking out from one's own eyes, hearing from one's own ears, feeling one's own feelings (See Disassociated, and Dissociated)
If one thing is associated with another, the two things are connected with each other. These symptoms are particularly associated with migraine headaches
Cooperative news agency, the oldest and largest in the U.S. and long the largest in the world. Its beginnings trace to 1848, when six New York City newspapers pooled their efforts to finance a telegraphic relay of foreign news brought by ships to Boston. In 1892 the modern AP was set up under the laws of Illinois; several years later it moved to New York. Its restrictive controls on new memberships were ended with federal antitrust prosecution in the 1940s. AP was the first agency to devote a news wire to sports coverage (1946), and it distributes business news through a partnership with Dow Jones & Co., Inc. More than 15,000 organizations worldwide obtain news, photographs, and illustrations from the agency. The AP Stylebook has become a standard in many journalistic organizations
An individual who solicits orders, customers, or customer funds on behalf of a Futures Commission Merchant, an Introducing Broker, a Commodity Trading Advisor, a Commodity Pool Operator or a Leverage Transaction Merchant who is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
A person associated with any futures commission merchant, introducing broker, commodity trading advisor, commodity pool operator, or leverage transaction merchant as a partner, officer, employee, consultant, or agent Also, any person occupying a similar status or performing similar functions, in any capacity that involves: (a) the solicitation or acceptance of customers' orders, discretionary accounts, or participation in a commodity pool (other than in a clerical capacity); or (b) the supervision of any person or persons so engaged
A person engaged in the investment banking or securities business who is directly or indirectly controlled by an NASD member, whether or not this person is registered or exempt from registration with NASD Every sole proprietor, partner, officer, director, or branch manager of any NASD member
A person associated with any futures commission merchant, introducing broker, commodity trading advisor, commodity pool operator or leverage transaction merchant as a partner, officer, employee, consultant, or agent Also, any person occupying a similar status or performing similar functions, in any capacity that involves; (a) the solicitation or acceptance of customers' orders, discretionary accounts, or participation in a commodity pool (other than in a clerical capacity); or (b) the supervision of any person or persons so engaged
An individual who solicits orders, customers or customer funds on behalf of a Futures Commission Merchant, and Introducing Brokers, a Commodity Trading Advisor or a Commodity Pool Operator and who is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
An individual who solicits orders, customers, or customer funds (or who supervises persons performing such duties) on behalf of a Futures Commission Merchant, an Introducing Broker, a Commodity Trading Adviser, or a Commodity Pool Operator
Any partner, officer, director or other employee of a broker or a dealer other than persons whose functions are solely clerical or administrative; in the case of a bank dealer, the term refers only to persons who are involved in the bank's dealer activities (or have some control over them) Associated persons are most often (but not always) qualified in one of the four qualification categories specified in MSRB rules See: FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONS PRINCIPAL; MUNICIPAL SECURITIES PRINCIPAL; MUNICIPAL SECURITIES REPRESENTATIVE; MUNICIPAL SECURITIES SALES PRINCIPAL
An individual who solicits orders, customers or customer funds on behalf of a futures commission merchant, an introducing broker, a commodity trading advisor or a commodity pool operator and who is registered with the CFTC
According to the 2000 Carnegie Classification*, these institutions offer Associates Degree and Certificate programs but, with few exceptions, award no Baccalaureate Degrees Majority of U S Community Colleges have been structured to accommodate students seeking Associates Degrees or Certificates in about two years Community Colleges across the United States have increased their international student enrollments by more than 40 percent since 1993 -- compared to the 15 percent growth rate of postsecondary institutions overall (Open Doors, 2000) It's also interesting to note that 87 percent of international students at Community Colleges are self-financed Dual enrollment programs, where students may enroll simultaneously at a Community College and a University, are gaining popularity throughout the United States
If you are associated with a particular organization, cause, or point of view, or if you associate yourself with it, you support it publicly. I haven't been associated with the project over the last year The press feels the need to associate itself with the green movement. = affiliate
This category is the same as the "Affiliate" except that the physician oncologist in this category is a private practitioner Medical Oncologist or private practice Haematologist or Internal Medicine consultant with a special interest in medical oncology
(verb ) To associate a media file with a module For example, you associate an Image module with a gif or jpg file, an AU Audio module with an au sound file, a 3D World module with a wrl file, and so on
A company that has between 20% and 50% of its shares owned by another is deemed to be an associate The parent company is assumed to have some management input and is allowed to account for its share of the profits reported by the associate This is usually more than the cash it actually gets
To specify that a certain filename extension is to be linked to an application so that when the filename is launched in File Manager, the linked application will be launched with the file automatically loaded in
any event that usually accompanies or is closely connected with another; "first was the lightning and then its thunderous associate" a person who joins with others in some activity; "he had to consult his associate before continuing" make a logical or causal connection; "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"; "colligate these facts"; "I cannot relate these events at all
If you say that someone is associating with another person or group of people, you mean they are spending a lot of time in the company of people you do not approve of. What would they think if they knew that they were associating with a murderer?
To identify a document or data file with a particular application through the file's extension When you open a file in File Manager or Explorer whose extension has been associated with a particular application, that application will automatically start
[ &-'sO-shE-"At, -sE- ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English associat associated, from Latin associatus, past participle of associare to unite, from ad- + sociare to join, from socius companion; more at SOCIAL.
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