Synsets for "syndicate"

Synset: syndicate.n.01

Synonyms: syndicate

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

Examples:

Lemmas: syndicate crime_syndicate mob family

Hypernym: organized_crime

Hyponym: Mafia

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Synset: consortium.n.01

Synonyms: consortium

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: an association of companies for some definite purpose

Examples:

Lemmas: consortium pool syndicate

Hypernym: association

Hyponym: trust

Antonyms:

    

Synset: syndicate.n.03

Synonyms: syndicate

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication

Examples:

Lemmas: syndicate

Hypernym: news_agency

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: syndicate.v.01

Synonyms: syndicate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: join together into a syndicate

Examples: The banks syndicated

Lemmas: syndicate

Hypernym: connect

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: syndicate.v.02

Synonyms: syndicate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: organize into or form a syndicate

Examples:

Lemmas: syndicate

Hypernym: form

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: syndicate.v.03

Synonyms: syndicate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations

Examples:

Lemmas: syndicate

Hypernym: sell

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

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Syndicate (series) The Syndicate series is a series of isometric science fiction video games created by Bullfrog Productions. There are two main titles in the series: "Syndicate" (1993/1994) and "Syndicate Wars" (1996), with an expansion pack for the former, "". A fourth "Syndicate" title was released in February 2012. In June 2013, Mike Diskett (lead on "Syndicate Wars") launched a Kickstarter for a spiritual successor to the "Syndicate" series named "Satellite Reign".
Syndicate (video game) Syndicate is an isometric real-time tactical game from Bullfrog Productions created in . It is the first title in the "Syndicate" series. An expansion pack, "", a sequel, "Syndicate Wars", and a reboot "Syndicate" have also been released. The original game and expansion pack were re-released together in as Syndicate Plus.
Publishers-Hall Syndicate Publishers-Hall Syndicate was a newspaper syndicate founded in 1944 by Robert M. Hall, the company's president and general manager.
International Wrestling Syndicate International Wrestling Syndicate (IWS) is a professional wrestling promotion based out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Originating from the Dawson Wrestling Federation; it was formerly known as the Internet Wrestling Syndicate and before that as World Wrestling Syndicate.
Creators Syndicate Creators Syndicate (a.k.a. Creators) is an American independent distributor of comic strips and syndicated columns to daily newspapers, websites and other digital outlets. When founded in 1987, Creators Syndicate became one of the few successful independent syndicates founded since the 1930s and was the first syndicate to allow cartoonists ownership rights to their work. Creators Syndicate is based in Hermosa Beach, California.
Bell Syndicate Immediately upon the sale of the Wheeler Syndicate to the McClure Newspaper Syndicate, Wheeler founded the Bell Syndicate, which soon attracted Fisher, Fox and other cartoonists. Ring Lardner began writing a sports column for Bell in 1919. In 1924, Wheeler became executive editor of "Liberty" and served in that capacity while continuing to run Bell Syndicate.
Publishers-Hall Syndicate In yet another name change, it was renamed News America Syndicate after the company was purchased by News Corporation in 1984. Hearst bought the syndicate in 1986 and renamed it North America Syndicate. It is now part of Hearst's syndication division, King Features Syndicate.
Publishers-Hall Syndicate In 1967, the company was sold to Field Enterprises, who merged it with the previously acquired Publishers Syndicate to form the Publishers-Hall Syndicate . Columnists featured by Publishers-Hall Syndicate included Rowland Evans Jr., Joseph Kraft and Sydney J. Harris. John McMeel was assistant general manager and national sales director for the Publishers-Hall Syndicate when he began what would become Andrews McMeel Universal in 1970. It was later renamed Field Newspaper Syndicate.
Vaudeville Managers Association Touring companies who booked through the syndicate had to play only in syndicate theaters.
Field Enterprises At some point, Field Newspaper Syndicate changed its name to Chicago Sun-Times Syndicate.
Creators Syndicate Creators Syndicate originated on February 13, 1987, after the December 24, 1986-announced sale of the Irvine, California-based News America Syndicate to King Features Syndicate, a print syndication company owned by The Hearst Corporation. The pending sale of News America Syndicate, which was first reported by Advertising Age in October 1986, prompted 36-year-old News America Syndicate president Richard S. Newcombe to leave NAS in January 1987 and use financial backing from London-based publisher Robert Maxwell to form Creators Syndicate before the close of the NAS' sale. Ann Landers, then the world's most widely syndicated newspaper columnist, also announced that she was leaving NAS to join the newly formed Creators Syndicate. Within a month, Creators Syndicate acquired the syndication rights to the worldwide comic strip B.C., and a few months after that acquired the syndication rights to the cartoon works of Herblock, an American editorial cartoonist and author known for his commentary on domestic and foreign policy.
The Syndicate (business group) Jeff Walker is an Internet marketer and member of The Syndicate. He created the "Internet Marketing launch process" used by Syndicate members.
National Crime Syndicate A variation on the National Crime Syndicate (simply called 'The Syndicate') is the main antagonist in most of the later seasons of "", and in the film "".
Nancy Drew Consistent with other Stratemeyer Syndicate properties, the Nancy Drew novels were written by various writers, all under the pen name Carolyn Keene. In accordance with the customs of Stratemeyer Syndicate series production, ghostwriters for the Syndicate signed contracts that have sometimes been interpreted as requiring authors to sign away all rights to authorship or future royalties. Contracts stated that authors could not use their Stratemeyer Syndicate pseudonyms independently of the Syndicate. In the early days of the Syndicate, ghostwriters were paid a fee of $125, "roughly equivalent to two month's wages for a typical newspaper reporter, the primary day job of the syndicate ghosts."
Knoxville Force The Supporters Group of the Knoxville Force is the Scruffy City Syndicate. The Syndicate was founded in 2015.
Egyptian Constituent Assembly of 2012 The Journalists Syndicate Council and the representative of Farmers Syndicate, Mohamed Abdel-Qader, withdrew on Tuesday, 20 November 2012.
Field Enterprises It also operated a syndicate, Field Newspaper Syndicate, whose most popular offering was the comic strip "Steve Canyon". Comic-strip historian Allan Holtz has written regarding the origins of the syndicate and its relationship to the rest of the company:
Richard S. Newcombe In 2008 Creators Syndicate acquired the prestigious Copley News Service, which was part of the San Diego Union-Tribune. In 1991 Creators Syndicate took over Heritage Features Syndicate, which was part of the conservative Heritage Foundation based in Washington, D.C.
Fergusson Intermediate The school is divided into 3 syndicates. In 2016 classrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 make up Syndicate A; rooms 5, 6, 7 & 8 make up Syndicate B; and rooms 9, 10, 11 & 12 make up Syndicate C.
Universal Uclick Universal Uclick was formed in July 2009 following the merger of Universal Press Syndicate with the digital entertainment company Uclick. In 2011, it acquired United Feature Syndicate to become the largest American press syndicate.