sociate

Related to sociate: associate degree, Societe Generale

sociate

(ˈsəʊʃɪˌeɪt)
n
obsolete an associate or partner
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"It isn't a good thing for you to 'sociate with those common chickens.
"I ain't going to, 'sociate with the Cottons," said Dora loftily.
Moreover, according to Hala Abou Farhat, as sociate public health officer in the UNHCR Inter-Agency Coordination Unit, there now is a sizeable and increasingly stable network of international and national organizations involved in UNHCR-coordinated aid efforts, including about 50 organizations that have indicated their interest in receiving funding under the Lebanon Crisis Response Plan (LCRP).
Contractor name : SAFEGE S.A.S (SOCIATE PAR ACTIONS SIMPLIFIEE- SPLKA AKCYJNA UPROSZCZONA)
There is a rap- id internet growth and heavy usage of social media platforms which are possibly the whys and wherefores of this progress," said Ahmed Kaboh, As- sociate Account Director for North Africa.
Poccia III, as sociate R&D director, Platform Resea rch Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.
On behalf of all AGSS members and Jess subscribers worldwide, the editor would like to express his gratitude to the a sociate editors of the journal.
WILSON has been named as sociate dean for faculty and strategic initiatives at Stetson University College of Law.
The office will be led by as sociate broker Revin Kittles, a real estate professional with over 15 years of experience in the industry.
Nick Lyell, as L sociate director of licensed leisure at property firm Savills, said: "This acquisition forms part of JD Wetherspoon's ongoing strategy to purchase the freehold of assets which are trading well in order to maximise profits.
sociate producer, Mike Salmon, says: "'ve organised events here in Felinin the hope that there will be someg for everyone.
Martin SCHLAG, La dignita dell'uomo come principio sociate. Il contributo della fede cristiana alio Stato secolare, Roma: EDUSC, 2013, 332 pp., 16 x 23, ISBN 978-88-8333-308-0.

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