Did you mayhaps mean communicant?
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“The best way to begin building your brand is to communica te and engage with followers, rather than by trying to market to them.”
“Ponsetto write, This paper advances the hypothesis that improvements in transportation and communica- tion technology can explain both the decline of Detroit and the reinvigoration of Manhattan.”
“The bill also fails to fund the Department's other programs to protect critical information and communica-tions infrastructures.”
“The government itself is committed to major investments in economic infrastructure (such as roads, transport and communica - tions) and social infrastructure, such as housing, health facilities and schools.”
“From the onset, we committed ourselves to constantly communica - ting with the people of Gauteng on the affairs of government, a two-way process where the issue of critical importance is the feedback we get from the people at large.”
“The recent SADC Summit reached agreements on energy and water whh together with existing agreements on transport and communica - tion systems form the core of our co-operation in infrastructure development.”
“The remainder will service the communications needs of our ten ministries and departments - acting as a communica - tions bridge between government and the community.”
“Internationally cellular telephone communication is still regarded as an elitist form of communica - tions.”
“The man could not laugh in that mind-to-mind communica - tion, but there was something in his answer which was light as laughter.”
“No one had been hurt, but wideband communica - tions would be down. for some time, and several hun - dred million dollars of information traffic was stalled.”
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