What are associates?
There are many types of associates. It is referring to groups of people, communities like; lawyers may have many other lawyers that work in the same office, they are called associates. Same with doctors and dentists. The word has even been diluted to the workaday people in retail who used to be called "employees", but are now glorified as "associates". There are Associate justice, associate degrees. There is even a movie out call "The Associate" with Whoopie Goldberg. So, associate is used in many ways as are many words in the English language.
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An Associate degree is a two-year undergraduate program available at community or junior colleges and some four-year universities and institutions of higher learning as well. Most Associate degrees are career oriented and provide training for specific professions. You can enroll for an academic p…rogram in a field of your choice that leads to an Associate degree. California College San Diego is a great school for Associate and other undergraduate degree programs in a variety of sought after fields. (MORE)
Answer . The Articles of Association of a company its the rules and regulations governing the relationships between the shareholders and directors of the company
Answer . The associated press is a news gathering organization they have reporters around the world that moniter local news. this info is transmitted to there news room where it is then broadcast to other news organization (newspaper radio or tv) for worldwide broadcast
Usually, the association must be dissolved in order for the association to cease. (It may not be in good standing under the guidelines of the Secretary of State, but not filing your annual renewal -- if one is required in your state -- but this may not automatically dissolve the association.) Yo…ur governing documents may provide a process or method of dissolving the association. Dissolution usually occurs in the case of a disaster that essentially destroys the physical structure. Dissolution may also be used when the project's developer has established an association favourable to the developer and then the developer abandons the project. Remaining owners, including the developer's lenders, may choose to dissolve the faulty association and form another that is more useful to the operation of the community. NB: The status of the association is the business status; the declaration status, which is the land-use status, is not affected when the association's status is changed. (MORE)
An associate is a "friend of" or a "guy" of a current made-man member of the mob. Usually an associate conducts business with the mob(or just one made-man), but some of them are low-form enforcers who do some "dirty job" in order to raise in the ranks and become an official member of the family(AKA… soldier). Although an associate doesn't necessarily have to be Italian, only those who are can be officially become members of the family. (MORE)
This is when a child is interested in the people playing but notthe activity they are doing. It is a substantial amount ofinteraction involved although the activities are not coordinated.
Freedom of Association is a right by natural law. However, thescale and level to which it may be practiced in actuality isdependent on the statutory and even social laws that govern onesdomicile. Freedom of Association is often referred to and usedinterchangeably with the natural rights of free spee…ch and assemblyalso. (MORE)
Yes, because theres parenthesis around each problem. is wrong because if there wasn't parenthesis example 2-3-4= -5 then mix it up example 3-4-2= -3 so it is not * * * * * Subtraction is NOT associative. Consider 2 - 3 - 4 2 - (3 - 4) = 2 - (-1) = 2 + 1 = 3 (2 - 3) - 4 = -1 - …4 = -5 (MORE)
Associative property states that the change in grouping of three ormore addends or factors does not change their sum or product For example, (A + B) + C = A + ( B + C) and so either can be written, unambiguously, as A + B + C. Similarly with multiplication. But neither subtraction nor divisionare …associative. (MORE)
I think you could mean association fibres - the fibres (also called axons) being the long thin part of a neuron?. Association fibres connect various areas of the brain to one another, and act as a kind of relay station where incoming sensory information is compared with previous experience of that …information, and then integrate the appropriate motor response.. For example, imagine you're driving along the road when you see a traffic light up ahead turn to amber. So the sensory input is visual information from your eyes; it arrives at the appropriate 'relay area' in your brain, where information is quickly brought up from the learning areas reminding you that an amber light means it's gonna be red by the time you reach it, so you'd better start slowing down; another visual message supplies the information of how far you are away from the light, and yet another how fast you are driving; now some more 'learned' information comes in, telling you (based on your previous driving experiences) things like how many seconds it'll be before you reach the light, and how hard to need to press on the brake pedal to be able to stop safely and in time. In the meantime, messages have been drafted & sent to the motor cortex: the rough draft is that the muscles in your leg & foot are gonna have some work to do very soon; the motor cortex responds by sending a message back to the association area: "OK, ready when you are; this is the current state of play as regards the precise position of foot and leg right now - so how hard are we gonna have to work?" So now the association fibres have all the information they need; they integrate all of these messages so that they the final message sent out via the motor association area to the motor cortex can tell those muscles exactly how hard your foot needs to press on the brake pedal to stop the car in the precise spot it needs to stop.. This is a very simplified description of the incredibly complex work done by the association fibres to help you carry out just one little action. (MORE)
A lead associate is someone who has been promoted to assist themanager. They are a step above other associates.
Lloyd's Associations are a form of Insurance Company. Where as:. Ins. Stock Companies are owned by shareholders who earn dividends (surplus after policy caims are paid out).. Mutual Ins. Companies are owned by the policy holders who share in the divideds.. Reciprocal Exchange company is where the… Policy holders are both the Insurer and Insured with an Attorney-in-fact for operating the pay out on claims and dividends.. A Lloyd's Association Company is an association of 10 or more Insurance Underwriter's that receive their divideds through an Attorney in fact. They are subject to regulations except for form and rates. They can write up to ten times their net assets. They can write all insurance policies, but Life and they must have Lloyd's in their name. All Lloyd's Associations have no connection with Lloyd's of London, the largest reinsurer in the world. (MORE)
It was an agreement calling for the colonies to stop all trade with Britain until Parliament repealed the Intolerable Acts.
A thunderstorm has a couple things that are associated with it: . Low Pressure System for cloud formation . Lightning . Thunder . May be some High Winds . Hail
\nAssociative learning is learning that involves relations between events. For example, when the sky is dark, you know it's probably going to rain. If a stoplight is red, you stop, if it's green, you go.
libel means when someone WRITES something derogatory about you you are able to sue that someone in court for "libel"
Word association is a helpful tool in remembering words, terms, names, etc. You'd use word association by associating a word with something familiar. For instance, say you met a girl named "Octavia" in October. "Octavia" might not be an easy name to remember, so you might associate the girl's name w…ith the month in which you met her. (MORE)
There are three options to become a registered nurse as follows.. diploma program (typically three years, not recommended for individuals who do not have an already existing degree) . associate degree (two years as a full-time student once the student starts the professional phase of the program) …. bachelor's degree (BSN) (four years as a full-time student) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated at the bottom of this answer box. (MORE)
The next step would be the bachelors degree. The bachelors degree is designed as a four year program of study provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university. Again, part-time students will take longer to complete the degree. How long it would take depends on the …credit load taken per semester. Basically, within the United States there are two common categories; Bachelors of Arts (BA), and Bachelors of Science (BS). It depends on the institution and department within the school as to which focus they prefer. The BA has a broader scope, with a strong emphasis on the humanities, theoretical and general knowledge in a recognized discipline, interdisciplinary field, or of a professional study. The BS is more of a focused approach with a science base to include a balance of liberal arts, technological knowledge, math and computer oriented skills, and practical skills needed for a particular discipline within the field. The number of credits required depends on the program of study. In general, the bachelors can take between 120 and 128 credits to complete. Some programs of study may take more. For example, architecture. If you have completed an associate degree, the bachelors will take less time to complete. However, the length of time will be dependent on how many credits the receiving institution transfers toward the bachelors degree. If you have taken a program of study that is a transferable degree, then it should take an additional two years to complete the bachelors degree. (MORE)
look people i have no idea so can somone else answer it thats what i am trying to find out
No, it is not. (12 / 6) / 2 = 1, but 12 / (6 / 2) = 4..
this is when children aged 4 to 5 will play games and do activities together. They do not play alone
What is the difference between Associates of Arts, Associates of Science, and Associates of Applied Science? . Associate degrees fall into three main areas. . Associates of Arts (AA) Associates of Science (AS) Associates of Applied Science (AAS) . Each of the above degrees is designed to be …completed after two years of study as a full-time student and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college. In addition, most every community college requires that every incoming student be placement tested before they register for their first semester (unless they fall into an exemption category). This test is not an admissions test and has no bearing on a student's acceptance to the college. In fact, most students have already been accepted to the school before they take the test. It is not a test that is passed or failed, but simply to determine whether an individual needs to take some refresher courses before entering college level coursework. This is to ensure the student has the appropriate basic skills to succeed at the college level. . The test is broken down into four parts; two parts English and two parts mathematics. The English includes grammar (sentence sense), and reading comprehension. The math includes computation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, square roots, and percentages), and the equivalent of a high school algebra I. If the student scores low in any these areas, then they will be required to enroll in the indicated remedial course/s starting with their first semester . Thus, the two year degree plan may turn into a two and a half year, or possibly a three year plan depending on how much remedial work is needed. To limit this time, students have the option to enroll in summer session courses. . Now let us look at the inherent differences between the degrees: . Associates of Arts (AA) . The Associates of arts is really designed as a fully transferable degree to a four year college or university for those pursing a Bachelors degree. It serves to complete most of the four year institutions general education cluster area, which amounts to the first two years of a four year program. It also serves to complete any perquisite courses needed for the four year institutions curriculum major and minor requirements. Students are admitted to Junior level status provided they have completed the matching associate's level degree. In other words, Business AA to Business BA, Engineering AS, to Engineering AS etc. Thus, within this degree students will be required to have a well rounded educational foundation to include, English literature, history, social science, laboratory science, humanities, math, communications, etc. These courses are in addition to the student's major field of study. . Associates of Science (AS) . Within the AS degrees a student will notice there are less general education requirements, and more career oriented course work. You will find this in curriculums to include, Nursing, Engineering, some Computer Science and Allied Heath fields. Still, these programs should be fully transferable to four year institutions provided the degree matches that of the four year college or university's program of study, as mentioned above under AA degrees. . Associates in Applied Science (AAS) . The AAS degrees are very career oriented and designed to give the student all the expertise needed for entry level positions upon completion of the degree. Therefore, the student will notice most of the AAS degree is made up of professional phase courses particular to a specific field, and a very limited number of general education courses. This has promoted the myth, that all AAS degrees are not transferable to four year colleges and universities. I will admit, as the degree was originally designed; transferability was not the original intent of this type of degree. Therefore many AAS degree fields of study did not transfer to four year institutions very well. In fact, in some categories it was almost like starting over. Today this is not so. Community Colleges today have what is known as Joint Admissions or Dual Admissions articulations with four year institutions, where if the student completes the agreed upon program of study successfully, the four year institution will take the degree full faith in credit and grant the student Junior level status. This includes AAS degrees. However, it is strongly recommended that a student who is seeking to transfer to a four year institution at a later date, make an appointment with a Transfer Counselor at the Community College for the pros and cons of AAS transfer as well as more detailed information. . (MORE)
"pilots" would be the correct way to spell it. Pilots is used as a plural. It's not possessive (Like, for example, "...a pilot's logbook")
True. You may not be able to switch numbers like 4-2=2-4 but you would say 4-2=-2+4 * * * * * That is not the associative property! The associative property requires that the order of operation can be changed without affecting the final result. This is clearly not the case with subtraction sin…ce: (5 - 3) - 2 = 2 - 2 = 0 while 5 - (3 - 2) = 5 - 1 = 4 (MORE)
Pacific Ocean intense tropical storms are called cyclones. In the Atlantic they are called hurricanes.
Yurtas ( a type of tent) originated in Kazakhstan as well as carpets that have really cool paterns
Identified with: Selene Hecate Despoine Britomartis Diktynna Aphaia Non Greek Goddesses included: Diana (Roman) Bendis (Thracian) Bastet (Egyptian)
a voluntary group of banks located in the same city and having a mutual agreement to facilitate the daily exchange of checks, drafts and notes among themselves
Mutual Associations, are savings banks, savings and loan associations, insurance companies, and credit unions that are not organized under state corporation laws as stock corporations but are owned by their depositors
Temporary employees are responsible for providing a positive customer experience by connecting with customers and maintaining a neat, clean, and safe working and shopping environment. The Flex Associate is accountable for execution of sales floor recovery, maintenance, replenishment, processing ship…ment and fitting room support. May flex and contribute to any area as directed. (MORE)
He was born and grew up in Southwest England, and attended Cambridge twice, never getting a degree, finding it too structured and not supportive of his Romantic Era writing. Spent a lot of time collaborating with Woodsworth. Both poets were eager to leave England following the French Revolution as t…he turn-out was not as they had anticipated. (MORE)
Many images are associated with Hanukkah: candles light gelt or chocolate coins dreidels the Maccabean War the miracle of the oil the special songs and prayers the customary fried foods
Ballet is associated with all other forms of dance. If you are a ballerina you have a great foundation for modern, jazz, or any other type of dance. Ballet is also associated with French. Most terms in ballet are French such as arabesque or ciseaux. When most people think of ballerinas they think of… grace and looking "light on your toes". (MORE)
AS is also associated with a unique "happy" behavior, which may be the best-known feature of the condition. This may include frequent laughter or smiling, often with no apparent stimulus.
Yes, that is the order that you receive your degrees in. Your masters would be after your bachelors and then a PhD for those who are pursuing one. You can get your associates through a community college and then transfer to a 4-year school to pursue your bachelors or you can apply directly to a 4-ye…ar school. (MORE)
Robbing an association can take several forms, depending on who's being robbed. Owners who do not pay their assessments essentially 'rob' their neighbors, by asking their neighbors to pay their bills while still enjoying all the benefits of the operation. White collar criminals interested in d…iverting funds belonging to an association simply require access to the association's bank accounts, coupled with lax oversight by the board. (MORE)
A constitutional document of a registered company that must be drawn up by the person(s) wishing to set it up. Under the Companies Act 1985 certain compulsory clauses must be inserted into the memorandum. These clauses deal with and outline the company's identity ( names clause ); its registered add…ress ( registered office clause ); the amount of its authorized share capital ( capital clause ); the purpose(s) for which the company has been formed ( objects clause ); and (if applicable) whether it is a limited company or a public company. The Companies Act 1985 contains specimen examples of such clauses for different types of company. The memorandum is said to be the 'superior constitutional document' of the company; in the event of a conflict between it and the articles of association, the memorandum prevails. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION AND ARTICLES OF AS SOCIATION The Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association are two important basic documents of a company, which together form the constitution of a Company. Both serve different functions and purposes and therefore, are important for different classes of people, who deal with the company. These two documents lay down the boundary within which the Company can operate. The Memorandum of Association, often simply called the Memorandum, is also called the Charter of a Company and is useful to investors to know what are the objectives of the company, amount of authorized share capital, whether the liability of the members is limited or not, how the company invests the money and utilize it, how it will work according to objectives incorporated in it, etc. It is the document that is required to be filed with the Registrar of Companies for incorporating a company. This document defines the relationship between the company and the outsiders . Anything done ultra vires the Memorandum (i.e., beyond the legal capacity) is void against the company. Subsequently, it cannot be ratified even by the share holders at a General Body meeting. The Memorandum is a public document and can be inspected by any one at any time, usually at the public office, - the Registrar of Companies - where it is lodged. The Articles of Association of a company or simply the Articles contains rules and regulations, which govern the internal management of the Company. The Article of Association is subordinate to the Memorandum. Therefore, any provisions of the Articles which go against or beyond the provisions of Memorandum are null and void. The Articles of a company contains the organization and its control, issue of shares, voting rights of different classes of share holders, Director's powers, the appointment of directors, the director's meetings, the quorum and percentage of vote, transferability of shares, the dividend policy, winding up, etc. The Articles is binding not only on the existing members, but also on the future members who may join in future. The Article binds the company and its members as soon as they sign the document, as it is a contract between the company and its members. Just like a Company has certain obligations towards the members, so also members have certain rights and duties to perform towards the company for smooth functioning of the company. M.J. SUBRAMANYAM, XCHANGING, MUMBAI (MORE)
It is not common for homeowner's associations to grant mortgages. However, a quick check in the land records under the name of the association would reveal any mortgages. In some cases a HOA may hold title to conservation areas, buffers or common areas and in that case they may have the authority to… grant mortgages. This would be more likely in a planned community rather than a condominium project. (MORE)
The known associates of Aphrodite are, Zeus,hera,Artemis,AresHephaestus, and many more u could look it up on google
Associates of science? Associate of science? i i dont know u all are crazily smart llololololol
No. Associate can be a noun, or a verb. The word "associated" canact as an adjective.
In object-oriented programming, association defines a relationship between classes of objects that allows one object instance to cause another to perform an action on its behalf. This relationship is structural, because it specifies that objects of one kind are connected to objects of another and …does not represent behaviour. BY VINAY KR SHARMA (M-TECH) . (MORE)
Voluntary Associates is an organisation that operates in Scotland and provides a wealth of information on a free of charge basis to the community. They also provide a range of free services, such as the management of a deceased's estate, grant applications, housing advice, guidance on procedures. A …very good worthwhile organisation, with a dedicated team. (MORE)
That is the correct spelling of "association" (a group, or a connection of some sort).
This tries to link a product, service, or idea with something already liked or desired by the target audience, such as fun, pleasure, beauty, security, intimacy, success, wealth, etc. The Media message doesn't make explicit claims that you'll get these things; the association is implied. A good ad c…an creat a strong emotional response and then associate that feeling with a brand. (MORE)
Division (and subtraction, for that matter) is not associative. Here is an example to show that it is not associative: (8/4)/2 = 2/2 = 1 8/(4/2) = 8/2 = 4 Addition and multiplication are the only two arithmetic operations that have the associative property.
How to register your association depends on what kind of association it is and who you want to register it with.
The Associate Justice is not a Chief Justice, but is still a member of the Supreme Court. The Associate Justice is one of the 8 members who make up the US Supreme Court Justice System.
In the Hispanic culture a quinceanera is held on a girl's 15thbirthday. It is a coming of age ceremony, with some religious andcultural rites. It does usually involve a wonderful dress for thegirl, a large family party with a meal, music and dancing.