use liaison in a sentence.
As are Charlie Chaplin and Alfred Hitchcock (they even share the same Bacon liaison).
I have to believe by now that the IP industry has offices in FBI and Secret Service buildings, as "liaison.
IMHO, Google should make support liaisons (more) available.
He's a good liaison to actual experts, at least.
Payroll, HR, finance, the website, tech support for in-store systems, planning for growth, product selection, manufacture liaison, operations planning for distribution, legal are all jobs that could be done from home.
Since you're going with "classics" I'd add:* Les Liaisons dangereuses* The Count of Monte CristoPlus my personal picks; Taltos the assassin, Chronicles of Amber, Dune & LoTR.
Well effectively this is state sanctioned covert sexual liaisons, some yielding offspring.
For Boston Perl people, both Liaison International () and Shoebuy () are hiring.
Tech - Normal liaisons will (hopefully) be a growing market in coming times.
I generally consider leads and architects to be administrators same with project managers, if fact in a good deal of organizations that I have been a part of we did not call them project managers, we called them project coordinators or project liaison which better reflects the role.
Acting as a liaison between teams -- and even between members of the same team -- is something I find myself doing often.
He could have used this as an initiative to find ways to send more work to china, and then become a liaison with an offshore team.