secondary relationships

secondary relationships

relationships with those who provide or accept services, or with acquaintances and friends, as distinguished from family members and intimate friends.
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The two matter far more to each other, in contrast to their more secondary relationships with India.
Certainly, the secondary relationships significantly impact individuals through institutions of the economy, government, social structure and so on.
The result is a movement from an abstinence model to an emphasis on social workers' responsibility to avoid potentially harmful secondary relationships with clients.
In cases where the secondary relationship is overlapping and not voluntarily, attention would be focused on where to establish limits or boundaries.
Key metrics presented in this chapter include frequency of usage of different forms of banking service, number of business banking relationships, identity of banks with which primary and secondary relationships held, actual switching rates for the main business current account ,and usage of commercial affinity groups to contract business banking services.
Northeast, a member of NASD and SIPC, clears primarily through Bear Stearns Securities Corporation, with secondary relationships at Banc of America Securities and Bank of New York.
Northeast clears primarily through Bear Stearns Securities Corporation, with secondary relationships at Banc of America Securities and Bank of New York