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- The fewer intermediaries there are between you and the person you're actually going to be working for, the better.
- These could be readily expanded in anticipation of public policy changes to enhance the role of health intermediaries.
- So we do our best to do that through intermediaries and through our local security and police authorities.
- Up until now, lenders, brokers and intermediaries in the industry adhered to a voluntary code of conduct.
- Initially the loans will only be available through intermediaries, but are expected to be rolled out in the branches shortly after.
- Other intermediaries such as agents and brokers do not take title to goods.
- In the days before the internet, cutting out intermediaries and selling motor insurance down a phone line was revolutionary.
- This significant opportunity allows intermediaries to advise on and sell our range of health insurance plans.
- The villagers are mostly illiterate, so they have to go to intermediaries to get any official documents prepared.
- On behalf of both intermediaries and end-user clients, we administer over 30,000 client companies and trusts.
- Shadowy intermediaries and peacemakers were active in both lands.
- Initially we thought of ourselves as little more than the intermediaries between these various artists and a public.
- Mr Gibbins also worked with other brokers and intermediaries.
- It has concentrated on the buy-to-let market where it sells products through intermediaries.
- The fund will raise money from the fees paid by the investment intermediaries.
- Galloway has denied receiving funds but admits that intermediaries who worked for him may have done so.
- The press release called on intermediaries to improve the way they give advice on sub prime mortgages.
- Migrants also relied on intermediaries to negotiate with corrupt authorities that demanded bribes at international borders.
- By bypassing profiteering intermediaries, farmers can get a fair price for their product.
- The Broker Network brings together more than 100 independent intermediaries from around the country.
- There were few intermediary institutions for them to negotiate with.
- He said this could revive the banking sector's intermediary role, which has been drastically weakened since the financial crisis.
- In other words, hair fibers may transfer through an intermediary surface.
- We used a intermediary system to talk between various devices.
- He said the registration of tenancies with the statutory board threatened to compromise its intermediary role.
- These new businesses provide a ‘trusted intermediary layer’ between the client and suppliers.
- The flat bones ossify directly from such fibrous tissue rather than from intermediary cartilage.
- Rochester's writings embody many of the contradictions of this intermediary era.
- It should be permissible, for instance, for intermediary tables to differentiate between smokers and non-smokers.
- Oates had authorised a complex series of back-to-back loans through intermediary companies.
- A score of zero indicates absence of symptoms, three represents maximum severity, while scores of one and two are intermediary statements.
- Therefore, by using nickel as an intermediary metal the joint can be made.
- In many cases, traditional intermediary firms are using electronic media as a way of optimizing their services.
- Government agencies should therefore take on an intermediary role.
- Back in the office, you can download the data to a workstation without intermediary paperwork.
- Since then, he said, public support has fallen because there are no more intermediary benchmarks.
- The intermediary level was to be paved, with a narrow planting area along the left wall as you look at the stone planters and steps.
- Companies would no longer have to spend on intermediary software that made the connections for them, often on a custom basis.
- It makes the intermediary role of doctors mandatory for the purpose.
- We have a new big boss and one of her first decisions is to be whether we have an intermediary boss.