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We've designed Liaise to help busy knowledge workers handle the myriad of daily interactions they have both inside and outside of their companies and to keep them on top of their work.
Press photographers will be invited to the event at the discretion of the New Theatre, who will liaise with the head teacher accordingly.
Jayne Rowland-Evans, GKR director, said: "Rachel's first-hand experience of being able to effectively liaise with people and her knowledge of design provides a perfect balance for the role.
NTT DoCoMo has therefore decided to replace it with a representative office to liaise in matters relating to the company's business interests in Europe.
They are going out there to help the family liaise with the Japanese investigation team," the spokesman said.
This (export development officer) will work with all of the small businesses in our region, and he or she will also liaise with the adjacent chambers as well -- including Mattawa, Sturgeon Falls and the South River area -- to help them work with their business communities," Evans says.
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Tenders are invited for this is an open invitation to tender to any qualified providers for the following outsourced services: liaise with external parties to arrange sample collection and delivery to the laboratory sample velvet crabs (4 x 150 crabs) for histology, tem and molecular testing (dna / rna) carry out pcr sequence analysis of parasites detected by histology perform additional confirmatory testing for other pathologies including additional histology stains, pcr.
Ward officers will regularly liaise with residents, shop owners and local councillors.
Blues will continue to liaise with the relevant authorities and monitor weather conditions in the next 48 hours, but there appears no immediate threat to the 5.
Health minister Michael McGimpsey pledged his officials would liaise with the Social Development and Finance departments to formulate a joined-up approach.
It was hoped the cars would now be shifted quickly and they were continuing to liaise with the police and council.
I haven't liaised with Mr Mills because I can't see there is anything to liaise with him about, having read his comments on Tuesday.
Director of rugby at Caldy Rugby Club Tony Atherton said: ``This appears to be an extremely unfortunate accident and we will liaise with Ruthin to see if there is anything we can do for this young player.
A spokesman for the Met said they had been disappointed with the response to the reward offer so far but urged anyone with information to call them on 020 8247 7911, Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, or the Southall Black Sisters on 020 8571 9595 who will liaise with the police.