I especially love the incorporation of the little elephant with his tusks duct-taped in the photograph.
But such efforts at conceiving one great one by incorporation of minors are vain, and cry for excuse.
No incorporation resulted from the victories of the Iroquois.
By his interest with Queen Elizabeth he obtained for Bideford a charter of incorporation, 1574.
Footnote 523: The incorporation of Dalmatia with the kingdom of Italy was but temporary.
As a charter of incorporation, the bill creates an artificial person, previously not existing in law.
Their sentiments of an incorporation have been differing from mine.
He was one of the first Members for Birmingham upon its incorporation, and was re-elected in 1837.
In 1768 the incorporation charter was regranted, with modifications in 1810.
The act or deed of incorporation is called the city charter.
late 14c., incorporacioun, "act or process of combining of substances; absorption of light or moisture," from Old French incorporacion or directly from Late Latin incorporationem (nominative incorporatio), noun of action from past participle stem of incorporare (see incorporate). Meaning "the formation of a corporate body" (such as a guild) is from early 15c.
Incorporation, n. The act of uniting several persons into one fiction called a corporation, in order that they may be no longer responsible for their actions. A, B and C are a corporation. A robs, B steals and C (it is necessary that there be one gentleman in the concern) cheats. It is a pundering, thieving, swindling corporation. But A, B and C, who have jointly determined and severally executed every crime of the corporation, are blameless. [Ambrose Bierce, 1885]