liaise liaise


  • (v) act between parties with a view to reconciling differences


  1. They patrol, liaise with local leaders and work with NGOs to distribute school and building supplies, dig wells and repair bridges.
  2. On a daily basis he would synthesize the questions and problems and liaise with the Iraqi authorities.
  3. In 2003, Richards and his Magilno group arranged to install a satellite link, so they could liaise with Musingku over business deals.


  • Buyer / Expeditor

    Our Client who is a a major Oil & Gas company are currently looking to recruit an Buyer / Expeditor on an long term contract based in Calgary. * Liaise with and develop appropriate relationships with internal customers and key suppliers.
    on September 13, 2013     Source: Rigzone


  1. "The England medical team and I will continue to liaise closely with Jonny and Lewis and their clubs and I wish both of them a speedy recovery," Johnson said in a statement. "Lewis is getting closer to playing for Leicester and I look forward...
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Martin Johnson Source:

  2. "We're leaving it as late as possible but we want Steven on the field and we want him ready to play," said McClaren. "We will liaise with Liverpool and we will do nothing to put the player at risk, but we will also go a lot on how Steven...
    on Sep 5, 2007 By: Steve McClaren Source: BBC News

  3. "We are going about it deliberately and we are going to liaise with our friends in Equatorial Guinea ...... with our friends in South Africa," Mudenge said. "Apparently this was not one mission ...... After the diversion in Equatorial Guinea,...
    on Mar 11, 2004 By: Stan Mudenge Source: Mathaba.Net

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