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  • noun Plural form of consultancy.

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Examples

  • My understanding is in B.C. a number of people in the public sector do appoint people … like this on short-term consultancies.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • He also managed short-term consultancies in Ghana, The Gambia,

    News

  • He also managed short-term consultancies in Ghana, The Gambia,

    News

  • It also follows the release of an alarming statistic by the Ministry of National Defense according to which more than 3,000 former Taiwan military officers are now either doing business or working in "consultancies" in mainland China.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It also follows the release of an alarming statistic by the Ministry of National Defense according to which more than 3,000 former Taiwan military officers are now either doing business or working in "consultancies" in mainland China.

    PRC Spy or Clumsy Tourist?

  • The ones I would be investigating are the fairly new scouting groups that call themselves 'consultancies'.

    The Agent Scam

  • In response to the exposure of certain Labour peers in respect of their "consultancies", the Lib Dems have "called for a police inquiry" - see here.

    On "Calling for a Police Inquiry"

  • In response to the exposure of certain Labour peers in respect of their "consultancies", the Lib Dems have "called for a police inquiry" - see here.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It seems unlikely to me that he would have his current portfolio of "consultancies" in the private sector if he couldn't actually deliver influence.

    The Guardian World News

  • Keep in mind that the two quasi-official private "consultancies" who create these doctored-numbers (GFMS and The CPM Group) are intimate buddies with the bullion-banks, indeed

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

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