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corporate

1. emanating from or pertaining to a group activity.
2. emanating from or pertaining to a company constituted legally under a Companies Act or similar legislation.

corporate advertising
advertising on behalf of a group such as a profession or an association. It promotes the group and escapes the stigma of personal aggrandisement.
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The large number of transfers handled by relocation companies each year indicates that the marketing of corporately owned houses is an important niche in the residential brokerage industry.
But in the United States we live in a democracy, and corporately our leaders must and undoubtedly will base their decision on our reaction as, a nation to this awful threat.
In the Northwest, immense corporately owned forests and tree farms dominate public waters, fisheries, highways and, indirectly, downstream communities and properties.
The current panics over copyright, privacy, piracy, appropriation, information inflation, and attention deficit are only tips of the iceberg: it is increasingly difficult to contain privately and corporately held media properties, and even more difficult to guarantee that a mass consumer audience will (a) continue to care about the fenced-off media properties inside the turnstiles and (b) continue to exist.
To our knowledge, there was only one mention of this discrepancy in the corporately owned mainstream press.
Controller level inquiring to the potential of effectuating sale leaseback transactions on corporately owned property.
Colarossi was involved in the development of the original WestinWORKOUT[TM] for Starwood Hotels, as well as overseeing the rollout to the corporately owned properties.
It's no longer a Venue of Legends, but a sumptuous palace for the footballer of today and his corporately entertained fans.
They're corporately owned; we're privately owned so there's more satisfaction in making sure the customer is happy.
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Merchandise manager Perry Allan and the six buyers who report to him have a very different role in a voluntary group like Value Drug Mart compared with their counterparts in a chain of corporately owned drug stores.

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