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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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Ofqual, which regulates GCSE exams, said that "it is the responsibility of exam boards to issue results to students and we understand that OCR is liaising with the school.
A police spokeswoman said: "Dyfed-Powys Police can confirm that they are liaising with both the Crown Prosecution Service and an external force in relation to the reports.
We will be liaising with the Istanbul authorities as they investigate how this incident took place.
All we know is that he's in their custody and we're liaising with them.
Police have been conducting patrols and liaising with stores to provide reassurance for customers and staff.
New Delhi, Aug 10 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday informed that the Indian Embassy in Baghdad has been proactively liaising with the local and the national authorities in Iraq to facilitate the safe return of Indian nationals, who have expressed their desire to return from Iraq.
The National Farmers Union, meanwhile, said that it was liaising with the FSA and with colleagues from across the dairy industry on the issues involved.
liaising with neighbouring authorities to avoid duplication of events, applying for grants, funding or sponsorship.
Police are liaising with the hospital but at this stage there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances.
The Secretariat stressed the importance for the congresses Affairs liaising with the secretariats of the people' congresses to ensure that the congresses decisions are implemented in accordance with the guidance of the Leader of the Revolution.
He would also be responsible for liaising with regulatory and industry bodies across Asia.
A fire spokesman said: "This is a very suspicious fire and we will be liaising with police.