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In my own company, in effect a partnership, although legally a corporation, I have been able to do many things for my employees which `` normal '' corporations of comparable size and nature would have been unable to do.
Also, I am convinced that if my company were a sole proprietorship instead of a partnership, I would have been even abler to solve long-range problems for myself and my fellow-employees.
The Lerner-Loewe partnership cracked under the stress of producing the Arthurian Camelot in 1960, with Loewe resisting Lerner's desire to direct as well as write when original director Moss Hart suffered a heart attack in the last few months of rehearsals, and would die shortly after the show's premiere.
In the announcement, Sanders referred to the partnership as creating a " virtual gorilla " that would enable AMD to compete with Intel on fabrication capacity while limiting AMD's financial outlay for new facilities.
This partnership also helped to co-develop copper-based semiconductor technology, which would become a cornerstone of the K7 production process.
After leaving the Les Brown & His Band of Renown to try a solo career, she started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which would remain her only recording label.
Titus assured Domitian that full partnership in the government would soon be his, but neither tribunician power nor imperium of any kind was conferred upon him during Titus ' brief reign.
David Lean was also rapidly becoming a force in world cinema with Brief Encounter and his Dickens adaptations Great Expectations and Oliver Twist, and Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger would experience the best of their creative partnership with films like Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes.
Hurst settled into international football quickly but as the World Cup approached, it seemed clear that his inclusion in Ramsey's squad of 22 would merely be as a different option to the first choice partnership of Jimmy Greaves and Roger Hunt.
On the Union, historian Simon Schama said " What began as a hostile merger, would end in a full partnership in the most powerful going concern in the world ... it was one of the most astonishing transformations in European history.
Offshore corporate funds are used for non-US investors, which would otherwise be subject to more complex tax issues by investing in a tax-transparent entity such as a partnership, and US entities that do not pay tax such as state, corporate, private and union pension funds, which would otherwise be subject to unrelated business income tax in the United States.
Toshiki Kaifu's much publicized spring 1991 tour of five Southeast Asian nations — Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Singapore, and the Philippines — culminated in a 3 May major foreign policy address in Singapore, in which he called for a new partnership with the ASEAN and pledged that Japan would go beyond the purely economic sphere to seek an " appropriate role in the political sphere as a nation of peace.
Mandeville immediately died, and Longchamp took over as joint justiciar with Puiset, which would prove to be a less than satisfactory partnership.
Soon he would begin his own architectural practice with his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret ( 1896 – 1967 ), a partnership that would last until the 1950s, with an interruption in the WWII years, due to Le Corbusier's ambivalent position towards the Vichy regime.
He also put on 167 in a partnership with Alan Davidson, the first collaboration between the pair, who would later go on to lead Australia's bowling in the last five years of their career.
According to Georgia Tech political analyst, Nehru's policy on Tibet was to create a strong Sino-Indian partnership which would be catalysed through agreement and compromise on Tibet.
This gives the partnership a better than even chance of success in making the contract, whereas without a response ( and without Stayman ), the contract would likely be set.
Williams would also go into a partnership with friend Al Cassidy to form the Ted Williams Baseball Camp in Lakeville, Massachusetts.
On the new kingdom, the historian Simon Schama said, " What began as a hostile merger would end in a full partnership in the most powerful going concern in the world ... it was one of the most astonishing transformations in European history.
In 1972 in a cost-cutting move, Warner and Columbia Pictures formed a partnership called The Burbank Studios in which they would share production facilities utilitizing the Warner lot in Burbank.
Jennings Lang arranged for Eastwood to meet Don Siegel, a Universal contract director who later became Eastwood's close friend, forming a partnership that would last more than ten years and produce five films.
Carte persuaded Gilbert and Sullivan that when their original agreement with the Comedy Opera Company expired in July 1879, a business partnership among the three of them would be to their advantage.
Carte persuaded the author and composer that a business partnership among the three would be to their advantage, and they hatched a plan to separate themselves from the directors of the Comedy Opera Company.

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A study released in 2009 by PathWays PA, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, found that 35 % of families in Fayette County were economically distressed, that is, failing to earn a wage that would adequately provide food, shelter, child care, health care, and other basic necessities.
* Sid and Marty Krofft-They worked separately ( Sid touring with Ringling Brothers Circus and Judy Garland, while Marty used Sid's older puppets to earn money ) before forming a partnership in the late 1950s.
On August 30, 2010, Aeromar and Continental Airlines announced a frequent flyer partnership that allows each carrier's passengers to earn and redeem miles on either airline.
In 2006, Brookhaven College began a partnership with the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District to offer an Early College High School program, which admits a limited number of ninth-grade students to an on-site high school program that allows them to begin their college studies during their eleventh-grade year and earn an associate's degree along with their high school diplomas.
Lamar is a member of the stateu online academic partnership that offers high school students the ability to earn college credits before college.
The partnership with the ACO allows ALMS teams to earn automatic entries in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Founded in 2001 as a partnership of the New York City Department of Education and Bard College and funded in part by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the school accepts students into the ninth grade and allows them to earn both a high school diploma and an Associate of Arts ( AA ) degree in four years.
Local Girl Scouts may also earn Girl Scouts of the USA insignia through a partnership with Children's Peace Pavilion.
A & M-Texarkana and Northeast Texas Community College also have a partnership whereby NTCC students can earn A & M-Texarkana degrees in teacher education, business and criminal justice while taking classes at NTCC.
MLWGSGIS is in a partnership with Virginia Commonwealth University ( VCU ), meaning that students can earn college credit for certain " dual enrollment " high school classes.
New Providence High School provides opportunities to earn college credits through Advanced Placement courses and through the Middle College Program in partnership with Fairleigh Dickinson University.
His on-field partnership with fellow Galway & Tuam Stars great Stockwell saw the pair earn the sobriquet of the " The Terrible Twins "-a name borne of their almost telepathic understanding when playing together, the two men tore many defences to shreds.
In 2006, Owens Community College and Lourdes College formulated a unique partnership program called 60 / 60, which allows allied health students at Owens to also earn a baccalaureate degree at Lourdes.

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* Institute of Mathematics of Toulouse – IMT ( in partnership with UPS, UT1, UT2 and CNRS )

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In 1821, Colonel Francis McLean built the first textile mill in what is now Rockville in partnership with George and Allyn Kellogg and Ralph Talcott, next to a spot known as " the Rock " with capital of $ 16, 000.
In partnership with his former Rosenborg BK colleague Thorstein Helstad, he became an integral part of Brann's title winning squad, and earned a spot on Norway's national squad.
The new partnership began on November 15, 1948 as Madison Newspapers, Inc. On February 1, 1949, the Wisconsin State Journal moved from afternoons to mornings and was awarded the Sunday spot.

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in the case of a partnership or corporation, the existence of which has been terminated and on behalf of which an award is made, payment shall be made, except as provided in paragraphs ( 3 ) and ( 4 ), to the person or persons found by the Comptroller General of the United States to be entitled thereto ; ;
The Lamtuna leaders, however, kept Ibn Yasin on a careful leash, forging a more productive partnership between them.
Membership in the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as the 1996 treaty on the Union of Russia and Belarus and the Treaty of the Formation of a Union State in 1999, has confirmed a close partnership with Russia.
A series of largely unsuccessful 5-year plans initiated in July 1986 in partnership with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund attempted to reform the foreign exchange system, liberalize imports, reduce restrictions on international transactions, diversify exports, and reform the coffee industry.
For most players, many calls ( bids, doubles and redoubles, and sometimes even passes ) are not made with the intention that they become the final contract, but to describe the strength and distribution of the player's hand, so that the partnership can reach an informed conclusion on their best contract, and / or to obstruct the opponents ' bidding.
The project concluded on December 31, 2007, when the partnership between the program manager and the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority ended.
The jury and judges also noted, in their words, that Biafra “ lacked credibility ” on the songwriting issue and found from evidence presented by both sides that the songwriting credits were due to the entire band, using a clause in the band's written partnership giving a small share of every Dead Kennedys song royalty directly to the band partnership.
Biafra had received sole songwriting credit for most Dead Kennedys songs on all released albums for the last 20 years or so without complaints from the band, though a minority of songs had given credit to certain group members or the entire band as a whole, indicating a system designed to reflect the primary composers rather than a regimented system like the Jagger / Richards partnership ; today, most Kennedys reissues list the songwriters as " Biafra, Dead Kennedys ", indicating Biafra's lyrical contributions — which the band doesn't dispute, or else simply as " Dead Kennedys ").
Seeking to expand its radio broadcasting scope nationally, the Cowboys began a five-year partnership with Compass Media Networks on February 2, 2011.
European Union relations with Egypt are based on a partnership relation within the Euro – Mediterranean and Middle East area, which is of vital strategic importance and a key external relations priority for the EU.
Eugene enhanced his standing during the War of the Spanish Succession where his partnership with the Duke of Marlborough secured victories against the French on the fields of Blenheim ( 1704 ), Oudenarde ( 1708 ), and Malplaquet ( 1709 ); he gained further success in the war as Imperial commander in northern Italy, most notably at the Battle of Turin ( 1706 ).
Also, the university maintains partnerships with several Dutch universities and announced a " preferred partnership " with the Universiteit Utrecht on 3 January 2011.
There was also a partnership with the Brunswick Aircraft Corporation for expertise on the novel use of honeycomb aluminium panels bonded together to form a lightweight but rigid " tub ".
While Fred Astaire had revolutionized the filming of dance in the 1930s by insisting on full-figure photography of dancers while allowing only a modest degree of camera movement, Kelly freed up the camera, making greater use of space, camera movement, camera angles and editing, creating a partnership between dance movement and camera movement without sacrificing full-figure framing.
Conservative Judaism holds that Halakha is normative and binding, and is developed as a partnership between people and God based on Sinaitic Torah.
The expressed views of Paul VI reflected the teachings of his predecessors, especially Pius XI, Pius XII and John XXIII, all of whom had insisted on the divine obligations of the marital partners in light of their partnership with God the creator.
This economic model based on a partnership between government and business was soon extended to the political sphere, in what came to be known as corporatism.
Since the surrender after World War II and the Treaty of San Francisco, Japanese diplomatic policy has been based on close partnership with the United States and the emphasis on the international cooperation such as the United Nations.
Their work on production of sal ammoniac from soot led to their partnership in a profitable chemical works, manufacturing the crystalline salt which was used for dyeing, metalworking and as smelling salts and previously was available only from natural sources and had to be imported from Egypt.
The partnership ended on July 24, 1956.
It was based on Claude Rozier's buying half of Jean Audubon ’ s share of a plantation in Haiti, and lending money to the partnership as secured by half interest in lead mining at Audubon's property of Mill Grove.
I John Audubon, having this day mutual consent with Ferdinand Rozier, dissolved and forever closed the partnership and firm of Audubon and Rozier, and having Received from said Ferdinand Rozier payment and notes to the full amount of my part of the goods and debts of the late firm of Audubon and Rozier, I the said John Audubon one of the firm aforesaid do hereby release and forever quit claim to all and any interest which I have or may have in the stock on hand and debts due to the late firm of Audubon and Rozier assign, transfer and set over to said Ferdinand Rozier, all my rights, titles, claims and interest in the goods, merchandise and debts due to the late firm of Audubon and Rozier, and do hereby authorize and empower him for my part, to collect the same in any manner what ever either privately or by suit or suits in law or equity hereby declaring him sole and absolute proprietor and rightful owner of all goods, merchandise and debts of this firm aforesaid, as completely as they were the goods and property of the late firm Audubon and Rozier.

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