subcontracting love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of subcontract.

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Examples

  • Competitors may be interested in subcontracting or referring work to you.

    Start making sales

  • More than that - and again, maybe this is my experience in Israel talking - I don't like the idea of subcontracting my own defence to the police.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • More than that - and again, maybe this is my experience in Israel talking - I don't like the idea of subcontracting my own defence to the police.

    What divides us

  • But Ron Clements was wildly unhappy about the turn of events, thought the idea of subcontracting abhorrent, and took his name off the credits.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • So I can't call a subcontracting of the operations, but probably have the same point of view and they divide into cells.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2004

  • We are going to have to develop policies to encourage subcontracting, which is the major policy vehicle for building small business in any nation, whether it is government subcontracting or large corporation subcontracting.

    An Industrial Policy for Canada—Time for Fundamental Changes

  • He has even come up with the idea of subcontracting prickly subjects to others, to try to get them to "own" any change.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Development Bruce Alexander '65 said Tuesday, there is no expected change to University subcontracting, which is used for various specialty services across campus, such as auditing and custodial work.

    Yale Daily News: Latest Issue

  • I can understand that people in a dangerous neck of the woods might feel the need to own a weapon, but the part of the Goldberg quote thatstartled me most was the reference to "subcontracting" his safety to the police.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • I can understand that people in a dangerous neck of the woods might feel the need to own a weapon, but the part of the Goldberg quote thatstartled me most was the reference to "subcontracting" his safety to the police.

    What divides us

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