noun, plural con·sor·ti·a [kuhn-sawr-shee-uh, -tee-uh]. /kənˈsɔr ʃi ə, -ti ə/.
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A big consortium that includes Indigo Ag has already raised over $20 million to build a marketplace to sell soil-carbon credits.This restaurant duo want a zero-carbon food system. Can it happen?|Bobbie Johnson|September 24, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Bloomberg News wasn’t included in the consortium and hasn’t seen the leaked documents.Global bank stocks tumble following ‘FinCEN files’ revelations|Bernhard Warner|September 21, 2020|Fortune
Not to be outdone, a consortium of companies led by Facebook is working on a new form of digital money called Libra, which is pegged to traditional currencies, and could offer the social network’s billions of users a new way to shop and pay.Mastercard launches digital currency kit for central banks|Jeff|September 9, 2020|Fortune
Then it’s west to House in the Wild, a lodge on the edge of the Masai Mara, where guests can explore the Enonkishu Conservancy, a consortium of Masai communities.
The consortium encompasses some area K–12 schools, various nonprofits and UC Irvine.Creative school plans could counter inequities exposed by COVID-19|Sujata Gupta|September 8, 2020|Science News
Two October surveys conducted on behalf of an independent Kentucky media consortium have shown that the race is a dead heat.Those Alison Lundergan Grimes Obituaries Were Premature—She’s Hanging On|Jonathan Miller|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then a little consortium of people in the psychedelic community—especially the most credentialed ones—presented their evidence.
A consortium of European countries led by Germany pledged funds to be shepherded by the United Nations.
A consortium of scientists and the American Civil Liberties Union eventually sued to invalidate the patents a few years ago.
If all of those votes had been counted statewide, the consortium determined that Al Gore would have won.What if the Supreme Court Had Declined to Hear Bush v. Gore?|Megan McArdle|April 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The consortium was not to interfere in the domestic affairs of China.
If Japan joins whole-heartedly in the consortium, she may be the greatest gainer.
But to any European radical Mr. Lamont's statement that the consortium does not want control reads like a contradiction in terms.
There is a consortium as regards loans, which will have the power of the purse and will therefore be the real Government of China.
As the Americans are the only people who have much spare capital, they will control the consortium.