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  • n. Alternative spelling of expediter.


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  • I am going to call the expeditor company you recommended here in Seattle tomorrow to get the good word.


  • So he approached Raul pretending he was an "expeditor" with police connections who could insure his delivers camefast and hassle free and who has a bit of a gambling problem.

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  • Technology is not just the expeditor for such decisions as which bar to meet at on Friday night, in other words, but is a way to feel connected, but not too close.

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  • At the time, Red Ball in Seattle was the expeditor for the shipment but SEYMI in Guadalajara cleared the shipment in Manzanillo. plumppidgeon


  • In fact, now that I think of it, a friend of mine considerably further north in La Penita said he's handling things through Vallarta as well (though for his own reasons he's using a lawyer/handler/expeditor/whatever-er-er).

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  • We have always handled our own FM3 paperwork, so far no need for any agent or expeditor.

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  • They have since fast tracked 3 additional licenses in Tribeca using the same expeditor for Macao Trading Company, Sta Posta and 77 Warren.

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  • "So why is your expeditor over by the sandwich end, instead of by the main steam?"

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  • However, I could not believe that something that horribly burnt to black would make it past cooks, an expeditor and a runner, out to the public.

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  • Xexo didn't look up from the gauges of his beloved generators and Filomena, the expeditor, was busy watching a scroll of incoming cargo assignments.

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