- A consortium of researchers decoded the honeybee genome.
Examples of consortium in a Sentence
A Japanese consortium invested millions in the technology.
a consortium for the prevention of animal cruelty
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John Werner, president of Mast Travel Network, a consortium of about 220 travel agencies, said his firm has been getting a lot of calls from travel agents with concerns about what to tell their customers about Mexico.
The corporation spent nearly $37 million in 2017 and has been operating with funds remaining from prior legislative appropriations when a consortium of BP, ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil led the Alaska LNG Project until the start of 2017.
But not having the final say over their own business proved costly, Scott said, because new investors only wanted to deal with the founders — not a consortium of individuals uninvolved in the day-to-day.
The prize gave the duo some concert bookings and exposure to a consortium of Southern California music presenters.
Neither of the nation’s presidents following Lula—Dilma Rousseff or Michel Temer—ratified the agreement and Brazil never made any payments to the consortium.
Not long after the landscape architect died in 1903, Hurt and his partners sold the Druid Hills property to a consortium of Atlanta businessmen that included the founder of the Coca-Cola Co., Asa G. Candler.
Photo: Mark Kauzlarich for The Wall Street Journal Terminal One Group, a consortium of four airlines, has teamed up with private equity firm Carlyle Group LP to extend Terminal 1.
Terminal 1 at Kennedy handles 21 foreign airlines but is operated by a consortium consisting of four of them: Air France, Japan Airlines, Korean Air and Lufthansa.
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CONSORTIUM Defined for English Language Learners
: a group of people, companies, etc., that agree to work together
- suing for loss of consortium
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