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an operative who also serves as an official staffer of an intelligence service

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"This house is as well maintained as any I have seen in the past five years," the Telegraph quoted James Whitson of Rettie, the estate agent handling the sale, as saying.
A spokesman for Sotheby's, the agent handling the sale, said: "Number 36 Tiddington Road is being offered to the market for the very .rst time since it was constructed in 1929 by the current vendor's grandfather.
But it has now been listed as sold "subject to contract" on the website of the exclusive estate agent handling the sale.
He also served as the exclusive selling agent handling the disposition of Northrop Grumman's excess facilities on Long Island.
Money said a HIP could cost nearly pounds 300 more if it was provided by the estate agent handling the sale of the property, compared with if the homeowner had shopped around among independent providers.
Gulliver of Coldwell Banker in Bolton, the real estate agent handling the sale.
According to the companies, the Talisma and CrystalVoice integration enables cross-channel data sharing between Talisma's self-service, chat, and e-mail channels and the 'click-to-talk' technology, enabling the full context of a customer's web interaction history to be preserved and available to the agent handling the voice interaction.
Otherwise, the customer may have to repeat already-given information when switching to an agent handling a different channel.
Able Estates, the agent handling the sale, warned: "Mortgage lenders don't like these properties because of their concrete construction."FOR pounds 59,995, this substantial stone house in Brigend has a sitting room, dining room, four bedrooms and a courtyard garden.
The agent handling the planning process had applied only for a building warrant.
The combination is also designed to reduce the average agent handling time of customer data in order to reduce churn and cost of servicing customers, according to the companies.
On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, shares of Hikari Tsushin, a Japanese agent handling sign-up for membership to datacommunications service, rose 10.88% Monday, ending at 4,280 yen.
It is now on the market with buyers being able to snap it up for as little as pounds 100,000, according to the estate agent handling the sale.