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  • v. Common misspelling of liaise.


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  • His job was to liase with all the big wig in the hospitals who would tell him what they needed and where.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » The sky is not falling! The sky is not falling!

  • There are nice shiney posters and an office at the Civic Centre with a few local authority people employed to collate the information liase with the victim and give reasurence then … … pass it to the police for investigation.

    The First Of The Gang To Die. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The trained interview team liase with handover information completed by Police staff, including witness/loser statements and if necessary can speak to witnesses depending on time constraints.

    Sir Ronnie Flanagan - HMIC Policing Report « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • End the phony War in Iraq, fortify health care, pharmacare, road and bridge safety, lower corporate taxes (AS DID IRELAND) to foster industrial growth and job creation in the US, ehance educational opportunities for all and liase with other countries, both friend and foe (BILL RICHARDSON'S FORTE).

    Poll: Obama has edge over McCain

  • During production, publicist Ann del Valle joined the DeMille unit as executive assistant in charge of public relations to liase between the studio and churches.

    Empire of Dreams

  • I used to work in the R&D dept. of a multinational, and one of my duties was to liase with university professors who were seeking funding grants from my company.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • What DB said, plus did they liase with any Christian groups about featuring an 'openly gay Christian' a theologically dubious idea in and of itself


  • The Three Parallel Rivers Scenic and Cultural Resort Provincial Management office in Kunming has a co-ordinating staff of 5, who liase with prefectural authorities.

    Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas, China

  • I also know this guy, and I know also for a fact that all the Senior Engineers & Associates he worked for at this Company were more than happy with his standard of work and his ability to produce drawings on time and to programme, and his ability to liase with them directly to achieve these deadlines.

    Council gets man fired for complaining?

  • It's thought that Robert Murat, pictured here earlier this week had been helping the McCann's as a interpreter, using his fluent Portuguese to liase between the family and the police.

    CNN Transcript May 15, 2007


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