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A non-profit organization, dependent upon the public for its tremendous income, the Galaxian Society had always courted that public in every possible ethical way.
But the College Board (a non-profit organization set up to administer the SAT) insists that all questions are previewed by a representative sample of test takers, and any questions that show disparities in race are thrown out.
So before she left on the expedition, she applied for a dozenodd basic patents and placed it all in a corporate trust-not a non-profit corporation, mind you-then assigned control and interim income to the Science Foundation.
So before she left on the expedition, she applied for a dozen odd basic patents and placed it all in a corporate trust-not a non-profit corporation, mind you-then assigned control and interim income to the Science Foundation.
Kooralbyn International School, built in 1985, is an unusual concept, an independent, non-government, non-profit, privately owned school run by a board of governors.
The Farm's a non-profit organization, which gives us a break on taxes and, of course, new automatics that come in usually have trust funds attached.
Decades of dues and contributions and the proceeds from running for-profit conventions had secured its title to this piece of real estate out here in the Valley, and an inclusive policy had made it a commons for the various subgroups, specialized fandoms, Big Name Fans, book dealers, writers, wannabees, and hangers-on who made up the Los Angeles science fiction community.