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affiliate

(someone or something) to someone or something and affiliate (someone or something) with someone or something to cause a person or thing to be associated with some other person or thing. He did not want to affiliate his club to the other clubs. We tried to affiliate John with other people who shared his interests.

affiliate with

v.
1. To cause someone or something to associate or cooperate with someone or something: The badges that the scouts wear affiliate them with different troops. The medical school is affiliated with the university.
2. To associate or cooperate with someone or something: This medical school affiliates with the large university.
3. To associate someone with something or someone as a subordinate, employee, or member. Used reflexively: After she finished law school, she affiliated herself with a good law firm.
See also: affiliate
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The coefficient estimates for the affiliation variable, along with standard errors, are reported in Table 4 in percentage point terms.
A twenty-first century issue that has become a part of the financial modernization debate is whether we should move beyond affiliations among financial service providers and allow the full integration of banking and commerce.
The affiliation with Alvarez & Marsal provides a tremendous opportunity for us to further develop our restructuring and turnaround practice, and cement our position as a leading business advisory firm," Mr McGrath added.
While the Board supports wider permissible affiliations between banks and other finanicial services companies, it does not believe that, at this time, banks should be affiliated with commercial and industrial firms.
According to Galbreath Vice Chairman Bruce Mosler, who along with senior managing directors Andrew Simon and Henry Goodfriend has spearheaded the international efforts, the affiliations with Savills Commercial Limited in Europe and Robina Bienes Raices in Mexico have already resulted in several large deals in the works in Europe and several exclusive leasing assignments secured from Xerox in Mexico and for two Mexican banks in the U.
This affiliation will drive improvements that will allow Chicago health care facilities to continue to provide the quality of care their communities need.
Over the past six months, we have observed an increased interest among our clients in exploring affiliation options," said Kathleen Henchey, principal at Noblis Health Innovation.
Each year, the national association recognizes state MTAs that achieve fifty, seventy-five and 100 years of affiliation with MTNA.
Long emphasized there is still ``a lot of work to do to make sure the affiliation will work.
There is a tremendous benefit for the affiliation and one that will be a void for those that want to take advantage of the educational programs," she said.
We're considering the option of affiliation and various other strategies,'' said Paul Rommey, chairman of the hospital's board of directors.
com), the leading outsourced provider of community-based communications services, today announced it has launched complete integrated communications capabilities for community sites within Affiliation Networks(TM), Inc.
located in Long Island City, has announced an affiliation with Max Rosin, president of Rosin & Associates and The Union Square Consulting Group in Manhattan.
E[acute accent]Now CollectiveX brings together people who are more likely to connect -- due to common group affiliation -- regardless of location, enabling them to accomplish goals and to maintain and strengthen relationships.
Fredrick Walker was arrested after police found about 30 completed registration cards on which the party affiliation had been changed to Republican, according to a police report.