from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of consult.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That consults.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Acting in consultation or as an adviser; making a business of giving professional advice: as, a consulting barrister; a consulting physician; a consulting accountant.
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Though I graduated from Berkeley in Northern California, my post-college career life kicked off in the midwest, an entire summer of what I call consulting summer camp in Chicago.
In October Vanier submitted an invoice requesting payment of $395,000 - in addition to a retainer of $113,000 she had already been paid - for what she termed "consulting, training and Risk Policy Deployment Implementation Employee Re-Integration Project."
In October, Vanier submitted an invoice requesting payment of $395,000 - in addition to a retainer of $113,000 she had already been paid - for what she termed "consulting, training and Risk Policy Deployment Implementation Employee Re-Integration Project."
Prosecutors say Bruno collected almost $3.2 million, which he calls consulting fees, from businesses, labor unions and local businessman Jared Abbruzzese, who was named, but not charged.
You see, we had to take cover on all the other shady and reckless spending going on at the time, like the millions in "consulting" fees to our buddies on the CC hotel sham, and all our out-sourced studies on my best friend Merritt's new stadium (which I WILL shove through, one way or the other, damn it) and our $100M over-budget city computer system.
Earlier this week Dwek testified that "consulting" was a code word that he understood to mean Van Pelt would accept his bribe.
It will become indisputably clear to your colleagues that there is real value in consulting you when making personnel decisions.
But consulting is considered by tax people as a business and I was forced employ an accountant and pay advances and so on.
However, kudos to him for posting an article that makes it seem he has 25 years of success in consulting to the stars of Wall Street or Silicon Valley.
It added that the Boston and Dallas Federal Reserve banks "noted increases in consulting activity," and "there were some reports from architectural firms that activity had picked up."
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