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partner

A generic term for an individual, group or organisation involved in a partnership. As commonly used in the UK, partners live in a domestic relationship under the same roof.

partner

(part′nĕr)
1. A colleague or coworker.
2. A member of a partnership.
3. A spouse or confidant.
4. A person with whom one has sex.
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The median number of instances of sexual intercourse reported was 48 per year, and the median number of new partners reported was one per year.
Generally, the loss would be allocated to all the partners based on the manner in which the partners agreed to share losses under the partnership agreement.
Partners focus so exclusively on client matters, new business development and "churning out the product" that they don't nurture the talented people who enter their firms.
From novice to advanced yogi, partner yoga may be for you if you'd like to unfold your heart, unclench your body, undo effort, unguard, shine as love's light, open deeper, trust, offer your deep presence, breathe fully, feel outward, be alive .
The seeds of conflicts are almost always sown when partners are starting up or when there is some type of partner transition.
Asking the tough questions can give you enough information to make the right decision about your choice of partners.
Yet, even with these supports, the partners must anticipate the potential for dissent.
EBD Group's conferences (run in collaboration with leading industry partners and international trade associations such as BIO and Eucomed) include: BIO-Europe, the world's largest stand-alone life science partnering conference; BIO-Europe Spring; BioEquity Europe, an investor conference co-organized with BioCentury Publications; and BioDevice Partnering, a convergent medical technology partnering conference.
Three main themes related to sex partner selection and sexual relationship dynamics emerged in the in-depth interviews: types of sex partners and desired traits, monogamy and affective needs.
The discussion covers partnership formation, subchapter K elections, basis, debt and income allocations, transactions between partners and partnerships and partnership continuation.
TWA's other partners were all S corporations owned by accountants who worked at the firm.

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