Recent Examples of headquarters from the Web
Some of the party’s top members were summoned to a meeting with labor leaders on Friday at the Manhattan headquarters of the United Federation of Teachers.
The headquarters of Boundless Mind looks as if it were created by a set designer to satisfy a cultural cliché.
The Stockbridge church is now the headquarters of the Guthrie Center and Foundation, founded by Guthrie in 1991 to honor his parents.
Xiarhos said a candlelight vigil is scheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m. at the headquarters of the Yarmouth Police Department.
To determine where the investment came from, the Journal looked at the headquarters of the company or companies that led each round.
The next day is a rare free one for the crew, and Steve Aoki elects to spend part of it at the Seattle headquarters of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Jackson, 76, said, speaking recently from the headquarters of his Rainbow/PUSH organization on the South Side.
Smith said, in his gentle Southern drawl, during an interview at the headquarters of Local 1733 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
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First Known Use of headquarters
HEADQUARTERS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headquarters for English Language Learners
: a place from which something (such as a business or a military action) is controlled or directed
HEADQUARTERS Defined for Kids
Definition of headquarters for Students
- Company headquarters is in Chicago.
- Where are the campaign headquarters?
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