corporation

[ kawr-puh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF corporation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORPORATION

The corporation for pecuniary gain has neither body nor soul.

The Corporation of Dublin is red-hot in the matter of patriotism.

Creditors pursued him, and he lost his standing in the Corporation.

The chair is still preserved by the corporation of that town.

The civic duties of the corporation, too, were sharply defined.

The Corporation of Waterford has refused to recognise "Summer" time.

"Oh, come now, Gelsen," one of the corporation presidents said.

But that rolls off Doc like a damage suit off'm a corporation.

It is an axiom with us that the King never dies, being a Corporation sole.

"The corporation must pony up," he insisted, with the mayor.

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