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What does affiliation mean?
Affiliation is a social or business relationship or the act of becoming formally connected or joined.
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Asked 12/2/2012 2:46:12 PM
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Affiliation is a social or business relationship or the act of becoming formally connected or joined.
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Affiliation or affiliated may refer to. Affiliate (commerce), a legal form of entity relationship used in Business Law; Affiliation (family law), a legal form of family ..
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