corporateness

corporateness

(ˈkɔːpərɪtnəs)
n
the state of being a corporate body
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They do not in any way draw from the canons of African value systems such as collective responsibility oneness, corporateness, togetherness, spiritualism and circularity (Mazama 2001).
As leaders in the profession of arms in accordance with the Huntingtonian constructs of expertise, responsibility, and corporateness, senior military leaders expect autonomy in their conduct of military operations.
The key symbol in the new brand identity of HotelsPro, which continues to expand its hotel inventory worldwide and serves with its local offices in more than 40 countries, refers to agility while the orange from logo colors emphasizes energy, speed and accessibility and gray emphasizes corporateness and global compliance.
(330) Hence, they justifiably insist that no "essence of corporateness" bars shareholders with religious sensibilities and prerogatives "from employing for-profit corporations to exercise their religion." (331) Reliably, with this opinion, neither Justice Breyer nor Justice Kagan--who dissented in the Hobby Lobby case on the merits--agreed with either Justice Ginsburg's or Chief Justice Strine's perspective that corporate status, standing alone, renders such firms ineligible to bring free exercise claims under RFRA.
(10) 'From saying that organisation is corporateness English lawyers were precluded by a long history'.
Il'ina, Russkie professora: Universitetskaia korporativnost' ili professional 'naia solidarnost' (Russian Professors: University Corporateness or Professional Solidarity).
Campbell, Civil-Military Relations and Political Liberalization: A Comparative Study of the Military's Corporateness and Political Values in Egypt, Syria, Turkey, and Pakistan, Unpublished PhD dissertation George Washington University, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, (2009), p.
Michael Moerman's studies of Ban Ping village in Northern Thailand, for instance, documented a stratified 'village corporateness' and structures of 'synaptic leadership' that forced village headmen to navigate between demands from villagers and national officials.
Huntington's concept of a profession as our framework, we need expertise, responsibility, and corporateness. (2) To become professionals, we must--
There was a succession of these associations forming and reforming with slightly different players and changing business plans, drawing on a store of historic names to represent their corporateness and their interests.
The very force of Pope's rhetoric when pleading with his reader, now exhorting him, now treating him with irony or contempt, is sufficient evidence that he felt this corporateness threatened with destruction, and in An Essay on Man, he called up a vision of judgment which anticipates the return to anarchy at the end of The Dunciad:
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