cross-refer


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refer from one entry to another, as in catalogues, books, and lists

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A large part of her role also involves business networking, and, to boost her fundraising potential, Carole recently decided to join BNI Merseyside, a group of businessmen and women who meet over breakfast to network and cross-refer new business leads to one another.
For business-to-business referrals, create a partnership to cross-refer potential customers.
A Ford spokesperson said: "The Ford Pension Funds are required to pay pension increases in line with provisions that cross-refer to the relevant legislation.
However, although the essays are certainly related chronologically and by their connection with trade in some way, we are still, at the end of the day, presented with a book of essays that cannot decisively cross-refer with one another except coincidentally, and reveal aspects of the larger subject without telling an overarching story.
Team members share and cross-refer relevant information to other disciplines either here in Birmingham or to other specialists in the firm's offices around the UK.
She is one of seven professionals living within a single square mile who cross-refer business to each other.
It may also get me into trouble with the tax man, should he ever cross-refer and come across a legal document, with my signature, declaring myself in domicile.
The descriptions cross-refer to suppliers and a new feature, a flip-out map, enables rose-hunters to identify their nearest source easily.
Mr Leivers said, 'The five cases were from different areas, involved different circumstances and were handled by different people, who had no reason to cross-refer with one another.
Mr Leivers said: "The five cases were from different areas, involved different circumstances and were handled by different people, who had no reason to cross-refer with one another.