Definitions for "ALLIANCE"
Joining together with other people, groups or countries to get something done together.
a band of guilds who are friendly and helpful at all times
a grouping of Travian players that have similar goals
the state of being allied or confederated
the act of forming an alliance or confederation
a member of the Coalition for Secure and Trade-Efficient Borders, which was formed to help the federal government successfully deal with post-Sept
Keywords:  vxa, advocate, exabyte, ceo, tom
an active participant in the formation and delivery of government policies, regulations and activities that are critical to the success of Canada's high-tech industries
a natural extension of their existing support for the industry
a strong advocate for the industry and through its activities has strengthened Canada's technology base
an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty
a pact than can not be broken
A military treaty between two or more states, providing for a mutually-planned offensive, or for assistance in the case of attack on any member.
The Alliance is one of the major factions in the Warcraft universe.
In the Firefly television series, the Alliance is a powerful government and law-enforcement organization that controls the majority of territory within the known universe. Originally composed solely of a number of "core worlds", several years prior to the show's timeframe the Alliance fought the Unification War to bring all colonized worlds under its control. The Independent Faction (Browncoats) wanted the outer worlds to remain autonomous and attempted to resist Alliance control.
An agreement between two or more nations to come to the defense of any partner that is attacked.
A group of airlines that allow frequent flyer program members to earn miles or points and enjoy special benefits when flying with any participating airline. The miles or points can, in turn, be used for an award ticket on any of the alliance airlines.
a formal agreement establishing an association or alliance between nations or other groups to achieve a particular aim
In international politics, the union of two thieves who have their hands so deeply inserted in each other's pockets that they cannot separately plunder a third.
The state of being allied; the act of allying or uniting; a union or connection of interests between families, states, parties, etc., especially between families by marriage and states by compact, treaty, or league; as, matrimonial alliances; an alliance between church and state; an alliance between France and England.
Any union resembling that of families or states; union by relationship in qualities; affinity.
a beneficially relationship between two individuals and/or organizations
a business relationship, often between U
a mutually beneficial business arrangement where each company promotes each other's complementary products and services
Keywords:  automobile, huber, aiglon, marque, dion
Alliance was a German supplier of components for automobile production which also built complete cars, powered by two- and four-cylinder engines, between 1903 and 1905. The company was based in Berlin, and used De Dion motors for its early cars.
The Alliance was a short-lived French automobile manufactured in Paris from 1905 to 1908. Also known as the Aiglon, the marque had a similar radiator to that used on the Mass. The company listed an 18hp four with Tony Huber engine in 1908; this car sold in England for £450.
Keywords:  trendsetter
a trendsetter
A group of floristically related associations of similar structure. The alliance takes its name from the most characteristic dominant species of its component associations. Beadle and Costin, 1952
having or being in close association.
A close association of companies to advance common interests or causes: a reseller of products or provider of services associated with particular products
Keywords:  collaboration, scd, uiuc, grid, ama
a national volunteer organization comprised of physicians' spouses -- male and female --working to further the aims of the AMA through community programs, projects and services
a term used to describe a mutual collaboration between people, nation-states , planets or interstellar organizations
National Alliance of Families
general alliance (offensive-defensive) between countries (can be set like any other diplomatic action).
Abraham formed an alliance with some of the Canaanitish princes (Gen. 14:13), also with Abimelech (21:22-32). Joshua and the elders of Israel entered into an alliance with the Gibeonites (Josh. 9:3-27). When the Israelites entered Canaan they were forbidden to enter into alliances with the inhabitants of the country (Lev. 18:3, 4; 20:22, 23).
a business development association dedicated to stimulating global growth for technology enterprises through the promotion of strategic partnerships, technological innovation and entrepreneurial values
a non-profit organization that works in partnership with the MMA to help build healthy communities
a partnership based on mutual respect
Keywords:  solidary, fph, auspices, echo, org
Alliance for a Solidary and Responsible World. An international civil participation movement under the auspices of the FPH. http://www.echo.org
The Alliance Amtrak station is an Amtrak station in Alliance, Ohio. Located at 820 East Main Street, the station consists of an uncovered platform on the south side of the east-west tracks, with a small bus stop-style shelter and a small parking lot nearby.
The most ‘virtual' of business webs, participants are members of a creative community that designs useful things, create knowledge, or produces dynamic shared experiences. Still in its infancy in a business context, it aims to achieve high value integration without hierarchical control. A current example is the Linux operating system by Red Hat, Inc. developed and augmented through the ‘open source' concept.
a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest; "the shifting alliances within a large family"; "their friendship constitutes a powerful bond between them"
a licensed broker in energy services in Maryland the District of Columbia and Virginia
a public body which may be operated not for profit with no profit or dividend inuring to the benefit of any individual
a convenient way of reducing competition on any given route
an excellent way to build a competitive advantage
Keywords:  driven, offset, internal, non, members
a member-driven organization, therefore we must offset our internal costs with a processing fee for non-members
Keywords:  comfort, great, source
a great source of comfort
Keywords:  study, case, change
a case study in how NOT TO do change
Keywords:  private, public
Keywords:  connect
To connect by alliance; to ally.