corporate

Definitions

  • Corporal si Klegg 151
    Corporal si Klegg 151
  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj corporate possessing or existing in bodily form "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare","an incarnate spirit","`corporate' is an archaic term"
    • adj corporate organized and maintained as a legal corporation "a special agency set up in corporate form","an incorporated town"
    • adj corporate done by or characteristic of individuals acting together "a joint identity","the collective mind","the corporate good"
    • adj corporate of or belonging to a corporation "corporate rates","corporate structure"
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Additional illustrations & photos:

IF I LETS THE BLIGHTERS GO THE CORPORAL'LL CUSS ME INTO 'EAPS. AN' IF I 'OLDS ON TO 'EM I'LL BREAK MY BLINKIN' NECK IF I LETS THE BLIGHTERS GO THE CORPORAL'LL CUSS ME INTO 'EAPS. AN' IF I 'OLDS ON TO 'EM I'LL BREAK MY BLINKIN' NECK
Good heavens, Corporal, what are you doing up there Good heavens, Corporal, what are you doing up there

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: In 1970, Chip maker Intel purchased a pear orchard to build their corporate headquarters on
    • Corporate Belonging to a corporation or incorporated body. "Corporate property."
    • Corporate Formed into a body by legal enactment; united in an association, and endowed by law with the rights and liabilities of an individual; incorporated; as, a corporate town.
    • v. i Corporate To become incorporated.
    • v. t Corporate To incorporate.
    • Corporate United; general; collectively one. "They answer in a joint and corporate voice."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: In 1938, Hewlett-Packard became the first corporation to move to Silicon Valley.
    • corporate To incorporate; embody.
    • corporate To become united or be incorporated.
    • corporate United in a body in the legal sense, as a number of individuals who are empowered to transact business as an individual; legally incorporated; constituting a corporation: as, a corporate assembly or society; a corporate town.
    • corporate Of or pertaining to a corporation; belonging to an organized community: as, corporate rights or possessions.
    • corporate In general, of or relating to any body of persons or individuals united in a company or community; common; collective.
    • corporate Forming or being a body of any kind; embodied; combined as a whole.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: It is against the law for a monster to enter the corporate limits of Urbana, Illinois.
    • adj Corporate legally united into a body so as to act as an individual: belonging to a corporation: united
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Quotations

  • Ambrose Bierce
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    “Corporation. An ingenious device for obtaining individual profit without individual responsibility.”
  • Sir Edward Coke
    Sir Edward Coke
    “Corporations cannot commit treason, or be outlawed or excommunicated, for they have no souls.”
  • Peter Rena
    Peter Rena
    “Corporations are social organizations, the theater in which men and women realize or fail to realize purposeful and productive lives.”
  • Howard Scott
    Howard Scott
    “A person with predatory instincts who has not sufficient capital to form a corporation.”
  • Ed Mcmahon
    Ed Mcmahon
    “Honesty is the most single most important factor having a direct bearing on the final success of an individual, corporation, or product.”
  • Ken Mason
    Ken Mason
    “I'm not impressed with the power of a corporate president. I am impressed with the power of ideas.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. corporatus, p. p. of corporare, to shape into a body, fr. corpus, body. See Corpse
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. corporaliscorpus, corpŏris, the body.

Usage

In literature:

Forcing water between the parched lips, the corporal gently shook Piang.
"The Adventures of Piang the Moro Jungle Boy" by Florence Partello Stuart
Here Corporal Grahek, and you, Sgt.
"The History of the American Expedition Fighting the Bolsheviki" by Joel R. Moore
There must be square men at the head of that big corporation!
"Joan of Arc of the North Woods" by Holman Day
Corporal Courtenay, also a sharpshooter, was, when in the advance, severely wounded in the head.
"Our Soldiers" by W.H.G. Kingston
The school is under a board of twelve corporators.
"The Deaf" by Harry Best
Suddenly our Corporal was startled by an appalling cry behind him.
"The Thorogood Family" by R.M. Ballantyne
Corporal, you and your lads shall give them a charge with bayonets.
"In the King's Name" by George Manville Fenn
Corporal, unless you know a lot about this man, I don't believe you want anything to do with him.
"Uncle Sam's Boys in the Philippines" by H. Irving Hancock
Not last among the reflecting class was our little Irish corporal.
"Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals" by William H. Armstrong
Corporations were contending for the possession of the natural highway approaches to each growing city.
"Aladdin & Co." by Herbert Quick
Fear of the Power of Great Corporations.
"History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)" by E. Benjamin Andrews
The corporal says I'm to shoot her unless she moves back, and the superintendent says the same.
"The Lost Despatch" by Natalie Sumner Lincoln
The municipal corporations bill, in its ultimate form, rested on the same broad lines of policy.
"The Political History of England - Vol XI" by George Brodrick
It appears from the books of the corporation that in the year ending 30th November, 1850, the sum of L30 16s.
"Old and New London" by Walter Thornbury
Why don't some of them other corporals take their turn?
"The Little Regiment" by Stephen Crane
The corporal in charge of the picket guard now called to us to come into camp, but we did not hear him, and kept on without hurrying.
"The Bright Side of Prison Life" by Samuel A. Swiggett
Public corporations are formed for governing the people and are often called municipal corporations.
"Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman" by Albert Sidney Bolles
Take the corporal out of the ranks, and young Rice would have said there was no possibility either Crown Point or Ticonderoga could be captured.
"Corporal 'Lige's Recruit" by James Otis
Corporal Unger, Corporal Collier and Sergeant Pond scoured the countryside.
"Battery E in France" by Frederic R. Kilner
Hood and Corporal Hauxhurst were sent, acting as orderlies.
"An Artilleryman's Diary" by Jenkin Lloyd Jones
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In poetry:

And why do they call us Beefeaters?
Is it 'cos we eat beef; Sir? Nay, nay.
The Sergeant eats pork and the Corporal eats bacon,
But I eat tripe three times a day.
"The Beefeater" by Weston and Lee
CORPORAL.
To gratify a whim. I like this riband. It was a present from an old sweetheart
of mine. Look what a jaunty air it gives one!--and where's the harm of keeping up
appearances?--
"The Maid Of Saxony; Or, Who's The Traitor? - Act I" by George Pope Morris
CORPORAL.
Pooh, pooh!--he would not notice such a trifle.--But who comes yonder? That Hungarian
Karl. Let's make way for him.--He's a fellow I don't fancy. What a man to woo and
win Sophia Mansfield!
"The Maid Of Saxony; Or, Who's The Traitor? - Act I" by George Pope Morris
Then the Colonel said 'Corporal Sam, please come back.'
I said 'Nay, nay, I've just been drummed out.'
Then the Colonel said 'Sergeant Sam, Sergeant Sam, please.'
I just shrugged and said Nowt doing, nowt.'
"Sam Drummed Out" by Weston and Lee
Soon from out of the Southward seemed nearing
A whirr, as of wings
Waved by mighty-vanned flies,
Or by night-moths of measureless size,
And in softness and smoothness well-nigh beyond hearing
Of corporal things.
"The Souls Of The Slain." by Thomas Hardy
Welcome, deare feast of Lent: who loves not thee,
He loves not Temperance, or Authoritie,
But is compos'd of passion.
The Scriptures bid us fast; the Church says, now:
Give to thy Mother what thou wouldst allow
To ev'ry Corporation.
"Lent" by George Herbert

In news:

For Immediate Release DALLAS (November 25, 2003) — Monaghan Medical Corporation (MMC) recently united with the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) in its Corporate Partner Program.
In this video, Deborah F Dietrich, CIH, vice president of sales and marketing and corporate industrial hygienist for SKC Inc of Eighty Four, Pa.
Striking workers returned to their jobs at a General Motors Corporation assembly plant tonight hours after G.M.
Assurant Names a New SVP, Corporate Development.
Recommended Reading in Corporate Finance.
Peter Olson, the chairman of Random House, boasted of a corporate triumph six months ago when he hired his good friend Phyllis Grann, the former chief executive of the rival publisher Penguin Putnam.
Frank Pierce VeriStar Corporation 510.268.9800 ext 103 fpierce@veristarcorp.com.
In the 1960s, Danish, Norwegian and Icelandic corporations discovered the open-ocean habitat of Atlantic salmon at the juncture of nutrient-rich ocean currents in the Labrador Sea.
Audio-Video Corporation Outfits Atrium at Mount Saint Mary College With HARMAN's JBL Loudspeakers.
University officials seem to say their numerous revenue sources — student tuition, state funding, foundations, corporate and federal grants, alumni contributions and more — are not enough.
Not long ago, the Enron Corporation's name was part of the lexicon of corporate and political power.
The historic Paramount Theater invests in a flexible audio system that can handle a variety of artistic, educational, and corporate presentations and events.
Corporate governance in continental Europe is improving rapidly.
ISLANDIA, NY and MINATO-KU, TOKYO – NEC Corporation (NEC.
Thom Mayne's design for a corporate headquarters in Shanghai.
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In science:

In Proc. of the First STI/Georgia Tech Workshop on Software and Applications for the Cell/BE Processor, 2007. Nvidia Corporation.
High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods by GPU Metaprogramming
It is important that research on these changes be open and available for public comment and scrutiny, rather than being managed solely by large corporations, which need to pay more attention to profit generation than to individual or public interests.
FuturICT
In literal text, a name means persons and personas (including pseudonyms), organizations, corporate, and government bodies and families, or any entity such as ”Social Network” or like the literal text of ”Superficial Method for Extracting Social Networks for Academics using Web Snippets” .
Simple Search Engine Model: Adaptive Properties for Doubleton
The design and testing of the NGA have been completed and several chips have been manufactured and delivered by the Atmel Corporation. ) Daughterboard: The NGA, the DSP, and the DRAM are mounted on the daughterboard.
Status of the 0.8 Teraflops Supercomputer at Columbia
Our hard X-ray telescope (EXITE) group at Harvard is working collaboratively with Spire Corporation to build and characterize pixellated CdZnTe detectors with low leakage current.
Development of Prototype Pixellated PIN CdZnTe Detectors
The Doppler data was checked against models of the probes’ motions by separate groups at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and The Aerospace Corporation.
Origin of the Blueshift in Signals from Pioneer 10 and 11
The K-4 system is based on a commercial cassettebased helical scan recorder from Sony Corporation.
A Review of VLBI Instrumentation
The Mark 5 systems are based on a server grade PC with a special PCI I/O card from Conduant Corporation.
A Review of VLBI Instrumentation
We acknowledge the dedicated team of engineers, technicians, and administrative staff from JPL/Caltech, Orbital Sciences Corporation, University of California, Berkeley, Laboratory Astrophysique Marseille, and the other institutions who made this mission possible.
GALEX: Galaxy Evolution Explorer
This work is supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant PHY/0301998, by the Department of Energy under Grant DE-FG02-04ER-41298, and by a Research Innovation Award from Research Corporation.
How to Extrapolate A String Model to Finite Temperature: Interpolations and Implications for the Hagedorn Transition
The work of MT was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grant nsf-phy0354990, by funds from Syracuse University and by Research Corporation.
Insights into Dark Energy: Interplay Between Theory and Observation
ARMS with existing corporate information did lower one of the barriers to sharing by providing a low cost method for 'finding out what is going on in the organisation'.
Supporting Knowledge and Expertise Finding within Australia's Defence Science and Technology Organisation
JK acknowledges the support of NSF DMR-0403997 and is a Cottrell Scholar of Research Corporation.
A First Exposure to Statistical Mechanics for Life Scientists
Key and Critical spreadsheets developed internally by their large corporate clients do not appear to be subject to the same scrutiny as spreadsheets developed internally by the professional services firms themselves.
The Importance and Criticality of Spreadsheets in the City of London
There is evidence that the use of strategic and financial modelling seen within the larger corporate is trickling down into smaller firms.
The Importance and Criticality of Spreadsheets in the City of London
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