Doing Business As

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Noun1.Doing Business As - (law) a name under which a corporation conducts business that is not the legal name of the corporation as shown in its articles of incorporation
name - a language unit by which a person or thing is known; "his name really is George Washington"; "those are two names for the same thing"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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This strongly marked way of doing business made a strongly marked impression on me, and that not of an agreeable kind.
You, Simon Nishikanta, won't put up another penny--yet your loan-shark offices are doing business at the same old stands at God knows what per cent.
This was deducting five francs more than poor Adrienne got for the money she had expended for her beautiful lace, and for all her toil, sleepless nights, and tears; a proof of the commissionaire's scale of doing business.
She showed him the secret of so many secrets that, for a moment, Colbert thought he was doing business with the devil.
And, though ye've got the crookedest nose in New York City, I misdoubt that all the fortune-tellers doing business could milk good luck from ye.
It was very unlike their general mode of doing business, if they had; but still, as he had no particular wish to revive the rumour, he twisted his cap in his hands, and walked slowly from the table.
And yet I can't get out of doing business with him--indeed, he is here at my invitation.
As I have grown older, I think I have had experience of some other houses doing business on the principle of Spenlow and Jorkins!
As soon as breakfast was done, Willoughby disappeared over the vessel's side, carrying a brown leather case, shouting over his shoulder that every one was to mind and behave themselves, for he would be kept in Lisbon doing business until five o'clock that afternoon.
Smallweed," says the trooper, gaining confidence as he proceeds in his soldierly mode of doing business, "although you and I are good friends enough in a certain sort of a way, I am well aware that I can't ask you to let my friend Bagnet off entirely.
It is only such as we who never misunderstand each other," he said; "this is what I call doing business.
com)-- Published annually, the World Bank Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations for local firms in 189 economies worldwide.