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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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This is the first instance where there has been any suggestion of milk associated with cloned animals being used in production and we are liaising closely with the Food Standards Agency", said the body.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police added: "We are constantly liaising with the Northern Constabulary.
Mr Marjoram said: 'We are liaising closely with the Metropolitan Police team and we will keep an open mind about any possible links, although the offences are not formally linked.
Police said they were liaising with the immigration authorities.
To coax them into a move, local companies have been liaising with developers to formulate plans for affordable housing.
Courtney's work at Discovery Creek involved donor outreach and liaising with program representatives at local elementary schools.
Back home, you're liaising with the consulate, but here you're putting yourself in his footsteps and you can liaise with the police better.
5 contract (20 hours per week) who will be responsible for the following duties: job description co-op responsibilities liaising and building relationships with co-op members, prospective and returning tourists, journalists, tourism offices, bord fEiilte, and other relevant organisations in ireland and abroad.
Last night, South Wales Police said they were liaising with authorities in Kenya, the Foreign Office and the British Embassy to establish the details surrounding the incident.
Police are liaising with shopkeepers and residents and are continuing to patrol at key times.
Police have been liaising with the Indonesian embassy and searches have been conducted at her home address.
But after liaising with the chamber's four-strong team of business advocates who maintain day-to-day contact with businesses across the borough, they stepped up security and improved competitiveness.