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hire

1. 
a. the act of hiring or the state of being hired
b. (as modifier): a hire car
2. 
a. the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
b. (as modifier): the hire charge
3. for or on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
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Ultimately, the alliance is intended to make the exchange between hirer and guru more efficient and rewarding.
These works will benefit players, fans, hirers, working media and broadcasters for major national and international events into the future.
Barclays Private Equity, has invested pounds 15 million in the merger of AFI Aerial Platforms and Uplift Platforms - hirers of powered access machines - to form a new holding company called AFI-Uplift.
Mrs Tippett said: "This really is an extraordinary opportunity to showcase the facilities of the Civic Hall to professional hirers and performers and to show the country that these big events don't necessarily have to take place in London.
Based in a Welsh Development Agency business unit at the Ddole Road Enterprise Park in Llandrindod Wells, the company is one of only a handful providing such a service in the UK that is registered with the Historic and Classic Car Hirers Guild.
Employment businesses generally engage workers and supply them to hirers on a temporary basis.
COMPANIESoffering classic cars for hire have been springing up all over Britain, so it's nice to hear that a regulatory body, theHistoric & Classic-car Hirers Guild (HCHG),has been formed.
com will enable corporate hirers to recruit, evaluate, and hire potential candidates from its rich pool of freelance "gurus.
Hirers should cancel bookings if they are unable to show up, to make best use of the facilities.
According to Mr Lang, the aim behind the new rules is to ensure the proper conduct of business, to protect the interests of work seekers and hirers and to remove barriers to employment and the efficient allocation of labour.