company

[n] - the state of being with someone 2. [n] - small military unit 3. [n] - organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical) 4. [n] - a social gathering of guests or companions 5. [n] - a unit of firefighters including their equipment 6. [n] - an institution created to conduct business 7. [v]
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Company

A company is a separate legal entity governed by the Companies Acts, which conducts activities on its own behalf and is distinct from the persons who own and control it. The proprietors control the company but their liability in relation to the company is limited. Incorporation is the process by which the company is entered on the register at Compa
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company

In the army, a subunit of a battalion. It consists of about 120 soldiers, and is commanded by a major in the...
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company

In economics, a number of people grouped together as a business enterprise. Types of company include public limited companies, partnerships, joint ventures, sole proprietorships, and branches of...
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Company

Basic military unit of about 50 to 100 men and commanded by a captain.
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company

military unit of about 130 men
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company

A business organisation which has a separate legal existence from its owners. Such a company, or corporation, may be 'incorporated', giving it the right to own assets and behave as if it were a person. If the owners have limited liability, it is known as a limited company. If it is listed on a stock exchange, shares in it may be bought and sold by
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Company

Com'pa·ny (kŭm'pȧ*nȳ) noun ; plural Companies (- nĭz). [ French compagnie , from Old French compaing . See Companion .] 1. The state of being a companion or companions; the act of accompanying; fellowship; companionship; society;
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Company

Com'pa·ny transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Companied ; present participle & verbal noun Companying .] To accompany or go with; to be companion to. [ Obsolete]
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Company

Com'pa·ny intransitive verb 1. To associate. « Men which have companied with us all the time. Acts i. 21. » 2. To be a gay companion. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 3. To have sexual commerce. [ Obsolete] Bp. Hall.
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company

noun a social gathering of guests or companions; `the house was filled with company when I arrived`
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company

companionship noun the state of being with someone; `he missed their company`; `he enjoyed the society of his friends`
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company

companion verb be a companion to somebody
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company

noun organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical); `the traveling company all stayed at the same hotel`
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Company

• (n.) A companion or companions. • (n.) The state of being a companion or companions; the act of accompanying; fellowship; companionship; society; friendly intercourse. • (n.) The body of actors employed in a theater or in the production of a play. • (v. i.) To have sexual commerce. • (n.) Partners in a firm whose names ar
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company

in military service, the smallest body of troops that functions as a complete administrative and tactical unit. A military company consists of a ... [1 related articles]
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Company

Term used to represent a publicly held corporation when repurchasing its own shares, used in over the counter trading and for listed equity securities. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Company

[song] `Company` is the title song from the Broadway musical, Company. It was written by Stephen Sondheim. The song is the show`s introductory song. It is sung by the main character, Robert, and the full company in the first act, and reprised in a curtain call finale. ==Motifs== One of Sondheim’s lesser-performed songs, `Company` relies h
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Company

[magazine] Company is a monthly fashion, celebrity and lifestyle magazine published in the United Kingdom. It celebrated its 30th birthday in 2008, and in that time has had only six editors: Maggie Goodman, Gil Hudson, Mandi Norwood, Fiona Macintosh, Sam Baker, and the current editor, Victoria White. The magazine generally features celebrit
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Company

[novella] This category includes constituencies created for the United Kingdom House of Commons used by Irish republicans to elect the First Dáil and those created for the Northern Ireland House of Commons and the House of Commons of Southern Ireland used to elect the Second Dáil. Although only Sinn Féin members took their seats as TDs i
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Company

[Heroes] The Company refers to a fictional covert international organization in the NBC drama Heroes. Its primary purpose is to identify, monitor and study those individuals with genetically-derived special abilities. The Company played a central role in the plot of Volume Two, during the second season of the series. It is a very notable or
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company

  1. an institution created to conduct business
  2. organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical)
  3. the state of being with someone
  4. small military unit; usually two or three platoons
  5. a band of people associated temporarily in some activity
  6. a social or business visitor
  7. a unit of firefighters including the
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    Company

    An association of a number of individuals for the purpose of carrying on some legitimate business.
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    Company

    It is a legal association between persons for trading or manufacturing of goods with the intention oe earning profits.It can be in the form of partnership,corporation, joint stock company. They need to fullfill ceratin legal formalities according to the state, federal or local laws like obtaining a licence, getting the company registered etc.
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    Company

    Company is the collective noun for a group of wigeon.
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