Consortion

Related to Consortion: consortium

Con`sor´tion

    (kǒn`sôr´shŭn)
n.1.Fellowship; association; companionship.
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The charter, which came two years after the Familiaris Consortion (the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope John Paul II on the role of the Christian family in the modern world), was intended to provide a "formulation of the fundamental rights that are inherent in the natural and universal society which is the family.
Lighting for Tomorrow is organized by the American Lighting Association, the Consortion for Energy Efficiency and UL.
A new technology solution developed by a consortion of Boston teaching hospitals and engineers uses old car parts to create an incubator that costs about ` 45,000 only.
Washington (DC): Consortion for spinal cord medicine, 1998: 39.
Not to be outdone, 10 of the largest real estate investment managers in the country have recently formed the Pension Advisors Consortion for Technology (PACT).
Oklahoma State ACEI distributed candy, bookmarks, and membership information at the "Hooray for Teachers" Barbecue, sponsored by the Muskogee Education Consortion.
According to the Consortion for Service Innovation, support organizations report that 60 to 90 percent of the problems they solve have been solved before, they are reinventing answers and fixes that already exist somewhere in the organization.
1997) but there are some functions that them appear more frequently such as future and demand predictions and only appear a few times functios such as groups and consortions and that contradict the importance that others author give to group revenue management (Choi, S.
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