- n. Plural form of solicitation.
“And most of the solicitations from the larger companies are also available online.”
“While it has contributed to some individual Democrats and state organizations, it has rebuffed solicitations from the national Democratic House and Senate campaign committees.”
“Q Mike, have you had a chance to see these documents that were released today suggesting that both the President and the Vice President may have been aware that the phone call solicitations involving the Vice President -- that some of that money would go to hard money as opposed to soft money?”
“Mr Currie, my solicitor for the action, will vouch for this, and he is also aware of certain solicitations made by both parties in politics that I would not proceed with the action; he is aware how my witnesses were molested and tampered with in town, and that it was at their own request that some of them were sent to the country, where they were nevertheless followed and persecuted.”
“He is of too generous, and perhaps too proud a temper, to persecute you with vain solicitations; and however Mr Percival and I may wish that he could obtain such a wife, we shall have the common, or uncommon, sense and good-nature to allow our friends to be happy their own way. ”
“Oh? I do know printing costs, and when multiple catalogues continue to deluge our mailbox, it seems highly likely that any company for whom printing and mailing thousands and thousands of unnecessary catalogues and solicitations is cheaper than cleaning up the mailing lists is getting far too low a rate, especially when the delivery of the first class mail that is far more important to most Americans than bulk junk mail is going to be delayed even more.”
“The OSD certified Harris’ ABI as the very first company eligible for first-tier referrals when the company meets criteria set in solicitations for bids.”
“Once donors are identified, the Obama telemarketers classify them as people likely to keep contributing small amounts with periodic prodding by phone, or those who respond to online or mail solicitations, which is far cheaper.”
“Ignore cold-call solicitations, especially those that promise access to the "hidden" job market Skip services requiring large sums upfront Make sure you get a contract that describes specific personalized services, graduated fee schedule and refund policy Ask your attorney to review the proposed contract Speak with several recent customers Source: WSJ reporting But you could spend plenty for such services with scant results.”
“Whether or not the solicitations were a ghoulish attempt at upselling Like Elizabeth?”
Looking for tweets for solicitations.