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call center

A communications center that manages incoming and outgoing telephone calls with customers and clients. In health care, the center may help to manage appointments and messages or may provide patients with information about illnesses, health care resources, services provided, or self-management of disease.
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Supporters note that 1999, the end of the Internet bubble, was a near fatal year to launch a fund in the space; that Biondi wasn't the only one making investment decisions at Waterview; and that running a major media company is a far different animal from cherrypicking startups.
Naturally eclectic people have the knack of cherrypicking objects that are very different, yet harmonise rather than fighting each other.
"If this is going to end up a cherrypicking exercise where Government is going to end up delivering less than Silk recommended, then it would be a huge missed opportunity."
This, their first album in seven years, finds them cherrypicking several genres with elegance to deliver smart, witty pop.
A Bill put forward by MSP Charlie Gordon will force bus companies to provide better services and stop them from "cherrypicking" profitable routes.
Cllr Dave Antrobus, executive member for community safety, said: "People should always note down the number of the cab and contact the licensing office if they suspect a driver is cherrypicking.
Speaking at an education conference in Cardiff, Mr Evans said "cherrypicking" certain elements over others would risk weakening "the overall package".
He added that the changes would stop private companies from cherrypicking the most profitable parts of the service.
Instead they sent along a hydraulic cherrypicking machine, removed all the conkers and put them in a neat pile for the children to collect.
High-profile charities are accused of cherrypicking easy locations in which to operate.
``Premier Division clubs are now in the advantageous position of cherrypicking the best boys from clubs outside that spectrum.
Yesterday, Sheridan admitted breaking the rules designed to stop MSPs "cherrypicking" newsworthy causes - but he escaped with a slap on the wrist.