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    business association

  • Companies law (or the law of business associations) is the field of law concerning companies and other business organizations. It is an establishment formed to carry on commercial enterprises.
  • An industry trade group, also known as a trade association or sector association, is an organization founded and funded by businesses that operate in a specific industry.
  • (Business associate) Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee.

    mass

  • A large amount of material
  • A coherent, typically large body of matter with no definite shape
  • A large number of people or objects crowded together
  • join together into a mass or collect or form a mass; “Crowds were massing outside the palace”
  • the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field
  • aggregate: formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole; “aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year”; “the aggregated amount of indebtedness”

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The Virtual and the Real: Media in the Museum
The Virtual and the Real: Media in the Museum
Media – the confluence of words, images, and sounds primarily through film, video, and interactive computer technology – are an increasingly popular presence in museums. But what are the effects upon the visitor and the museum itself? Experts discuss the philosophy, use, and misuse of media, both from within the museum – the professional’s perspective – and from without – the media producer’s viewpoint. Specific examples help directors, curators, designers, producers, and others to choose media options for their own institutions.

1931 Stinson JR (S), NC12165

1931 Stinson JR (S), NC12165
This particular airplane was manufactured on September 11, 1931 and purchased by Charles O’Conner of Springfield, Massachusetts in May of 1932. Mr. O’Conner was to own, operate and maintain NC-12165 until 1964 when the Stinson was purchased for the APM through the generosity of founder and president of the APM, Jack Lowe, for the sum of $3,500.00.

During the time Mr. O’Conner owned the airplane it was based in Springfield, Mass., Schenectady, N.Y., Albany, N.Y., and Hartford, Conn. When purchased for the APM, NC-12165 had a total time of 2458 hours and was on its fourth engine, still an R-680 Lycoming of 215 h.p. This is the old style Lycoming with the open rockers that allows you to see if all the valves are working, as a result it tends to be messy because it constantly spits grease. The engine now on NC-12165 is S/N 672 and was installed in 1945.

The airplane was used by Mr. O’Conner in the operation of his FBO as well as his surplus business and it is unusual that the aircraft was not stored or drafted during WWII but continued to be flown throughout the War. Mr. O’Conner told Bob Taylor during the sale and pick-up at Hartford, Connecticut that NC-12165 was involved in a secret cargo flight on July 9-11, 1944 to haul components for the atomic bomb from Schenectady, N.Y. to Knoxville, Tenn. for the General Electric Company. A log entry dated July 9-11, 1944 indicates the hauling of cargo for General Electric from Schenectady, N.Y. to Knoxville, Tennessee so maybe it is quite possible that these claims are true. No one has ever complained of radiation sickness after riding In NC-12165.

(Antique Airplane Association Fly-In 2011, Blakesburg Iowa – IMG_4050)

CBA Mass Meeting Flyer

CBA Mass Meeting Flyer
Collegiate Business Association
Mass Meeting to attract new members

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Business Management in the Catholic Schools
This manual clarifies appropriate business management practices for Catholic schools. It addresses relevant financial issues as well as stewardship of property and resources.
Also available:
Getting Started: An Overview of School Development – ISBN 1558331832
Planned Giving for Catholic Schools – ISBN 1558332707
Our titles help all catholic educators and administrators have the professional resources to meet the highest standards of excellence in Catholic education. We provide resources for school, parish, diocesan offices, professional organizations and higher education institutions.
Some of the areas we publish in include:
Administration and Planning
Classroom Materials
Legal Issues
Staff Development
Governance Boards
Religious Education
Research and History
Recruitment
Curriculum
Development
Seminary Education
Multicultural Issues
Technology

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