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Adj.1.intragroup - occurring within an institution or community; "intragroup squabbling within the corporation"
intramural - carried on within the bounds of an institution or community; "most of the students participated actively in the college's intramural sports program"
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4d) Pro forma adjustments to eliminate non-cash intragroup interest, historical Iglo Group non-cash intercompany interest and to reduce senior debtinterest in order to reflect the new debt structure and amount in place as at 1 June 2015
In the year ended 31 December 2014, Fokker Aerostructures reported revenue of[euro]370 million (before intragroup eliminations) and operational EBIT of[euro]36 million.
gender, race, socioeconomic background) affect one's perceptions of others or choices in the group and resolving inter- and intragroup disputes.
The endogenous mechanism, in contrast, works at the intragroup level and is shaped by the "competition between individuals.
As such, the pricing of their intragroup transactions should ideally mirror their pricing of comparable transactions with third parties in comparable circumstances.
The Budget surplus (taking into account intragroup borrowings and beginning balances on Gazprom's accounts as of early 2015) will account for RUB 0.
Self-Categorization Theory (SCT) has been utilized to study the effect of intergroup and intragroup processes on the development of a personal identity.
Accounts filed at Companies House also show the firm's profits were also hit by the introduction of a multi-million pound GE headquarters intragroup service charge.
We find that earnings released by group member firms affect the stock prices of their nonannouncing group peers in a manner consistent with intragroup propping.
This form of local liquidity regulation also involves restrictions on (cross-border) intragroup funding.
TEI is aware of only one reported decision addressing the issue of the inclusion of intragroup receipts.
Some specific subjects explored include professional teams as leverageable assets, the Homeless World Cup, intragroup conflict in nonprofit sport boards, the benefits of sexual orientation diversity in sport organizations, female coaches, and understanding an individual's psychological connection to sport.