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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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He [ Srinivasan] wrote a letter to KIADB chairman [ saying] that Wing Commander Ajay Jha and Gurudutt Shanbhag would liaise from our side in day- to- day work.
Draw for Friday's semi-finals: Heat 1: 1 Gobstopper, 2 Liaise With Lisa, 3 Antrim Classic, 4 Sonatina, 5 Go Jack, 6 Dartfield Babe (w).
Unlike other collaboration applications, no change in work behavior is required, and it doesn't matter whether the email recipient is using Liaise or not.
We liaised with the police and fire service to ensure all students and staff were positioned in an area of safety, and continued to liaise with the emergency services to ensure the building was safe for students to return.
The ward officer is to liaise with the Safety Camera Unit and Roads Policing Unit to request deployments at Stanghow in order to enforce speed limits.
and The New Theatre will liaise with the winning venue for the staging of this event.
I also liaise withWales and West Housing Association to report on progress.
The company said it set up the subsidiary in 1998 in order to liaise with European organisations involved in harmonising UMTS 3G technologies with the ITU's IMT2000 standard for 3G communications system.
Midland police were flying to Japan yesterday to liaise with detectives investigating the murder of a teacher whose body was found in a bath of sand.
T rained by Johnny Donohoe, Spicks Prospect led down the far side from Liaise With Lisa and that is how they finished, Spicks Prospect enjoying a two-length margin over Liaise With Lisa in a time of 28.
An FA spokesman said: ``We will liaise with the club and police to discover what happened and try to discover the individual's identity.
Before we do anything at all with our product, we liaise with Warwickshire Trading Standards to ensure that everything has been tested.