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refer

(rĭ-fĕr′, rē-) [L. referre, to bring back]
1. To allude to or mention.
2. To direct attention to.
3. To recommend someone to another health care provider for specific testing or treatment.
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* Accountants who can refer you to their clients who are property developers - a potential referrer.
"As we bring more referrers into our network and continue to expand end-to-end connectivity between physicians, patients and PTs, this exciting partnership reinforces our commitment to transform and simplify patient access and experience with healthcare services, putting control and choice in the hands of the patient and giving them back precious time previously used to navigate an overly complicated healthcare system."
For every Toyota Vios sale, the referrer gets P5,000 worth of gift certificate upon release of the unit, plus another P3,000 worth of GC if the transaction is made through Toyota Financial Services (TFS) financing.
In particular, every successful sale of a Toyota Vios through the referral would give the referrer P5,000 worth of gift certificates.
Title insurance costs to borrowers will not be lowered by trying to enforce rules against the payment of referral fees, or by forcing referrers to incur high costs in order to legalize these payments.
Our clients and referrers have made fantastic comments on the work we have undertaken
To recap, tools can be employed (1) by the laboratory on the LIS side, (2) through its referrers' EHRs for keeping the laboratory "top of mind" with those referrers, and (3) for keeping laboratory patients yours if future testing is ever needed.
If anyone uses these codes for purchasing the OnePlus 5/5T smartphones, the referrer will be eligible for an extended warranty of up to 6 months and the first 500 referrers and referees will also be eligible to win a free OnePlus Bullets (V2) earphones.
The celebration on international day of people with disability brought together users of North Lanarkshire's supported enterprise service and employers, politicians, referrers and carers.
All referrers will be competing against each other on a real-time leaderboard which will be displaying the top 100 referrers.
Washington State recently passed legislation extending its Business & Occupation (B&O) tax economic nexus provisions to retailers, expanding its sales/use tax nexus provisions to remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, and referrers as well as creating new use tax reporting requirements.
"We are mindful that although international is very clear that few women will disclose of sexual violence and domestic abuse order to increase their income from social security, women accessing our services will require to so.Along with Engender, which is working around and social security in Scotland, we therefore clarity on the following issues: Have any third-party referrers in Scotland been confirmed?