Definitions for "CORPORATION"
An ingenious device for obtaining individual profit without individual responsibility.
A body politic or corporate, formed and authorized by law to act as a single person, and endowed by law with the capacity of succession; a society having the capacity of transacting business as an individual.
A legal entity properly registered with the secretary of state. Can have limited liability, perpetual life, freely transferable shares, and centralized management.
Keywords:  bulmer, kevin, commodore, sega, amiga
Corporation (Cyber-Cop in North America) is a computer game for the Atari ST and Commodore Amiga, later ported to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. It was developed for Core Design and Dementia Productions by Bill Allen with graphics and design by Kevin Bulmer. The Sega version was published by Virgin Games.
The Corporation is a nightclub in Sheffield, England. Originally based in the north of the city centre, near Castle Market, it moved to the former Unit nightclub in the Devonshire Quarter in the early 2000s and currently resides on Milton Street.
Keywords:  delecti, corpus
Corpus Delecti
( inclining to a) respectable gentleman who is growing what, in a working man, would be called a beer belly.
Keywords:  paunch, slang, terms
slang terms for a paunch
Corporation refers to all different kinds of fraternities and sororities worldwide.
The condominium plan is registered with the Alberta Land Titles office and this results in an administrative body being created. Membership is made up from the owners.
A complete schedule is available upon request. Compiled list names and addresses derived from directories, newspapers, public records, retail sales slips, trade show registrations, etc., to identify groups of people with something in common.
municipal authorities, municipal government
Keywords:  grains, research, development
Grains Research and Development Corporation
A very large company
For income tax purposes, this term includes associations, trusts that have a majority of corporate characteristics, joint stock companies, and insurance companies.