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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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These accomplishments included regular attendance at selected departmental meetings, lectures, and grand rounds; development of a liaison web page to improve communication with liaison departments, a hospital-focused online library orientation module, and online subject guides tailored to departmental needs; preparation and presentation of tailored liaison department classes; liaison attendance at a national emergency medical service provider meeting; and purchase of recommended electronic textbooks for the library's collection.
* Have the Bar president address the board about the importance of liaison duties.
"When there is a murder investigation, or someone has died as a result of a road traffic collision, a family liaison officer is appointed to the investigation.
Liaison Technologies was founded in June of 2000 as ForestExpress, a forest-products industry consortium founded by three of the then-largest forest products companies in the world.
The establishment of liaison programmes has opened a dialogue between faculty and librarians.
No doubt he would have been shocked to discover his home patch, thanks to Liaison, boasts one of the region's most imaginative chefs in Patricia Plunkett.
Neron brings to light the fact that liaison is not disappearing from French speech.
The officer also acts a liaison for Benefit Delivery Centre, Jobcentre Plus, HMRC and partnership organisations.
He could have increased its reference value with more specific history and statistical information on the 72nd Liaison Squadron.
Liaison squadrons, on the other hand, were USAAF units, one of which was attached to each army headquarters....
As the role of the librarian has evolved to support the learning environment, collaboration has emerged as a key element in liaison relationships with faculty.