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refer

[ri′fər]
(ordnance)
To bring the gunsights on a chosen aiming point without moving an artillery piece which has been laid for direction.
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Beginning January 1,2018, remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, and referrers that meet the economic nexus threshold below, or have a physical presence in Washington, must elect to either--
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?
Clinician referrers to the infusion service were interviewed for feedback on the service.
That's because the referrer will be able to use his fiduciary authority to increase his compensation-i.
However I accept that I became aware at some point during 2007 that the opinion had been altered and I did not take steps to inform referrers or recall the opinion.
Harnessing that loyalty is a no-brainer, and here is the thing: these active referrers often do not expect, or even want, incentives for referring others.
Staff from the firm, which has its Midland office in the heart of the Colmore business district in Edmund Street, were joined by referrers and clients for the celebration.
Paying both referrers and buyers represents a more aggressive approach, but still avoids paying for traditional advertising.
Although most MAT trainings target providers, criminal justice program staff and treatment referrers often determine offender placement.
You need to be the person whom clients and referrers think of when it comes to providing services to your target market.
Thirty-nine parents and 13 referrers provided feedback as to satisfaction and effects on the children.
Using the hashtag #thousandaire, Air Partner will drive potential referrers to the program by highlighting the exciting and glamorous "life of a thousandaire.