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used in Nineteen Minutes

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noun:  an organization or person that is closely associated with another person or organization

verb: to create a close association between two organizations or people
  • Alex's chin came up a notch, as if she was ready for Lacy to make a deprecating comment about her affiliation with the bad guys.
    Part 1 (8% in)
  • She reached into a drawer and pulled out folders-adoption agencies affiliated with a variety of religions, attorneys who specialized in private adoptions.
    Part 1 (8% in)
  • Although more vans would arrive as the day went on, right now it was only local New Hampshire media-affiliates for CBS and ABC and FOX.
    Part 1 (14% in)
  • And yet, he'd been called by the NBC affiliate out of Burlington-a morning news show he sometimes watched over a bowl of cereal for the sheer glee of seeing how often the inept newscasters screwed up.
    Part 1 (29% in)
  • The student who was being interviewed by the CBS affiliate out of Nashua remembered Peter Houghton from a ninth-grade English class.
    Part 1 (31% in)
  • Simple ones-like age, gender, birth order, weight, religion, marital status, number of children-and more complex accounts, like political views and religious affiliations.
    Part 1 (62% in)

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