Definition of Syndicates

1. Noun. (plural of syndicate) ¹



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Definition of Syndicates

1. syndicate [v] - See also: syndicate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syndicates

syndesmotic
syndet
syndetic
syndetically
syndeton
syndetons
syndets
syndic
syndical
syndicalism
syndicalisms
syndicalist
syndicalists
syndicate
syndicated
syndicates (current term)
syndicating
syndication
syndication agency
syndications
syndicator
syndicators
syndics
synding
syndings
syndiotactic
syndoche
syndoches
syndromal

Literary usage of Syndicates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Evolution of Modern Germany by William Harbutt Dawson (1911)
"CHAPTER X THE syndicates • The concentration of capital and industrial enterprise—The principal industries syndicated—The effect of Protection in ..."

2. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

3. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

4. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

5. The Financial Policy of Corporations by Arthur Stone Dewing (1920)
"CHAPTER VII UNDERWRITING syndicates 1 General definition of a syndicate,; Types of underwriting syndicates, 105; The guaranteeing syndicate for sale of a ..."

6. Report to the American Manufacturers Export Association by the American by American industrial commission to France (1917)
"VIII syndicates AND COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ALL walks of life men associate themselves in France for every sort of purpose. ..."

7. The Iron Trade of Great Britain by James Stephen Jeans (1906)
"And not only so, but district syndicates exist in a number of cases, so that there is more ... Coal, for example, is under the control of four syndicates—in ..."

8. "1001 Places to Sell Manuscripts," by William Reno Kane, [Editor] (1915)
"In no case do the syndicates offer any broader market than an individual magazine ... The syndicates, however, often do accept work which very few authors ..."

9. The Evolution of Modern Germany by William Harbutt Dawson (1911)
"CHAPTER X THE syndicates • The concentration of capital and industrial enterprise—The principal industries syndicated—The effect of Protection in ..."

10. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

11. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

12. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"TRADE syndicates. The Law of Liberty taken to mean a Law of Monopoly— Employers and the syndicates—The Railway Syndicate— Abuse of the Law of syndicates ..."

13. The Financial Policy of Corporations by Arthur Stone Dewing (1920)
"CHAPTER VII UNDERWRITING syndicates 1 General definition of a syndicate,; Types of underwriting syndicates, 105; The guaranteeing syndicate for sale of a ..."

14. Report to the American Manufacturers Export Association by the American by American industrial commission to France (1917)
"VIII syndicates AND COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ALL walks of life men associate themselves in France for every sort of purpose. ..."

15. The Iron Trade of Great Britain by James Stephen Jeans (1906)
"And not only so, but district syndicates exist in a number of cases, so that there is more ... Coal, for example, is under the control of four syndicates—in ..."

16. "1001 Places to Sell Manuscripts," by William Reno Kane, [Editor] (1915)
"In no case do the syndicates offer any broader market than an individual magazine ... The syndicates, however, often do accept work which very few authors ..."

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