Membership

  • (noun): The body of members of an organization or group.
    Example: "They polled their membership"
    Synonyms: rank
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on membership:

Union Of Secondary Students - About The USS
... In April 2004 they voted to accept membership from students in Northern Ireland and, as of 21 May 2005, the Union of Secondary Students has a registered membership of 47,000 students in the ... To provide a service to the membership of the union on the basis that control lies within the membership ...
Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union - History - Post-war Era
... OICCU membership has diminished since the middle part of the century, and now usually stands in the low hundreds — however, most students who regularly attend meetings become formal members, and as of March ...
New Foundations - Models of NFU
... The membership relation of the model of NFU will be We now prove that this actually is a model of NFU ... with automorphism j using the definition of membership in the model of NFU ... Application of any power of j to both sides of an equation or membership statement preserves its truth value because j is an automorphism ...
United Keetoowah Band Of Cherokee Indians - UKB Membership - Ward Churchill
... He was granted honorary associate membership in the UKB ... because Churchill failed to distinguish tribal enrollment from honorary associate membership ... UKB stated in 2005 that he is not eligible for official membership in the tribe because he cannot satisfy the blood quantum requirement ...
The Scout Association - Sections
... Ages Controlled by Activities Introduced 2008 Membership 2009 Membership 2010 Membership 2011 Membership Beaver Scouts 6–8 Group Emphasis on having fun ...

More definitions of "membership":

  • (noun): The state of being a member.

Famous quotes containing the word membership:

    The two real political parties in America are the Winners and the Losers. The people don’t acknowledge this. They claim membership in two imaginary parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, instead.
    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)