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Definition of the verb to liaise
What does to liaise mean as a doing phrase?
verb - inflections: liaised | liaising | liaises
- act between parties with a view to reconciling differences
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Guidance for school leaders and teachers by Rob Webster, Anthony Russell, Peter Blatchford
from classroom activities and the lack of time for teachers and TAs to liaise means there is relatively little connection between what pupils experience in and away from the classroom. To capitalise on the coverage of ...
The Definitive A to Z of Social Work and Social Care by Thomas, Martin, Pierson, John
A further consideration in work with people experiencing post-traumatic stress syndrome is the likelihood that the psychiatric services, or at least the general practitioner, will be involved, and thus the worker needs to liaise with these services ...
An Encyclopedia of American Women at War: From the Home Front to the Battlefields [2 volumes] (2013)
by Lisa Tendrich Frank
Members are also expected to liaise with other organizations regarding DAC findings and solicit for concerns that Coast Guard members feel should be addressed by the DAC. Council members are charged with monitoring the climate of the ...
Dictionary of Euphemisms (2008)
by R. W. Holder
not because Ambassador joseph Kennedy's anti-British reports were unreliable but to liaise unofficially with British service chiefs. fact sheet a selection of truths and untruths calculated to deceive Literally, a summary of information issued to ...
by Miriam Drake
To liaise with government on issues relating to legislation affecting library and information provision in the country. 12. To extend the influence of the association by establishing branches and specialized groups. 13.
The Heart of the Curriculum by Margaret Mallett
The English/ Literacy Co-ordinator needs to liaise with the head teacher, the Co- ordinators of the two Key Stages and the Special Needs Coordinator. In a very useful analysis of the whole auditing process, Merchant and Marsh point out that ...
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