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  • n. Plural form of expeditor.


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  • The increase in fines manifests itself every day in the form of a crowded, chaotic scene at the administrative tribunal where restaurant owners — or their paid expeditors — go to contest violations.

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  • Commandant Chitral Scouts Col Suhail Iqbal offered all trekkers and expeditors that they would be entertained at Chitral Scouts posts situated on hill stations.

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  • Joe Wilson was one of the expeditors of Bush I's Iraq turkey shoot and the subsequent "1,000,000 Iraqi dead are worth it" sanctions.

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  • The cards were from one of the many “expeditors,” hustlers who charge frantic bar owners a fee to cut through the eight-month backlog to get a liquor license.

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  • Investigators suspect expeditors steered applications to specific employees for a quick turn-around, in one case 11 days.

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  • The backlog created an environment where expeditors – some of whom were former liquor authority employees – charged applicants fees to help them navigate the red tape.

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  • Some of the non-lawyer expeditors provide a much superior service to some of the lawyers.

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  • The expeditors often are better informed, better connected, less sloppy, more efficient, and out actually doing a lot more of this kind of work.

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  • There was a time as buyers, we all had expeditors.

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  • Mid-State Distributing, in business since 1947, is a provider of mobile products and accessories catering to the specialty automotive market with a special emphasis on electronics dealers and expeditors.

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