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(of a subsidiary group or a person) officially attached or connected to an organization.‘affiliated union members’‘Microsoft and its affiliated companies’
- ‘For players over 19 years of age, the United States Amateur Soccer Association (USASA) offers local clubs affiliated with leagues.’
- ‘The website also will attempt to get affiliated to Maharashtra Board schools.’
- ‘In the process of being established, the 26 member County Development Board will be owned by the different organisations affiliated to the board.’
- ‘Our 110 affiliated labor organizations are sending you a modest contribution of $500 to help make this conference possible.’
- ‘He in currently doing post-graduate clinical training at the affiliated hospital.’
- ‘The clinic, with more than 300 physicians, is affiliated with St. Luke's Hospital.’
- ‘No, I don't want to be affiliated with anyone.’
- ‘Just over half of U. S. mosques were affiliated with a Muslim organization in 2000.’
- ‘Department of Commerce records show at least 48 businesses affiliated with the Kingston family.’
- ‘At the time, Meade was director of a successful research park affiliated with Virginia Tech.’
- ‘To book accommodation, you'll either need to be a member of the YHA, or belong to an organisation affiliated to Hostelling International.’
- ‘The University Medical Center is a 528-bed, teaching, inner-city hospital affiliated with the University of Florida.’
- ‘The only high-performing Providence school is a largely white, middle-class magnet school affiliated with Brown University.’
- ‘The University Medical Center is a 528-bed, teaching inner-city hospital affiliated with the University of Florida.’
- ‘India was also the first Asian country to be affiliated to the International Olympic Committee.’
- ‘The university has trained about 1,500 teachers belonging to its affiliated colleges.’
- ‘He fell away from Reform Judaism, the religious stream with which his family had long been affiliated.’
- ‘The site also includes a reading list selected by affiliated faculty.’
- ‘Most of the U. S. personnel based in London are affiliated with the Navy.’
- ‘The umbrella group, Exodus International has about 150 groups affiliated worldwide.’
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