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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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Re-evaluate: The referral source retention seed is planted with the way you marketed your product or service.
* Contact the lawyer receiving the referral and let him or her know that business is coming their way.
This revised referral process has engendered better alignment and good will between physicians and specialists, fueled by smoother interactions and greater understanding of why referral decisions are made.
And, it helps to streamline scheduling and referrals by creating a single platform for both.
Compared to other companies' car referral systems, Tesla seems to be at the top of the referral game, offering premium incentives.
Self-Storage Referral vendors committed to making donations include Select Merchant Solutions, Self-Storage Manager, QuikStor, CSSI Cost Segregation Services, Store Here Self Storage Call Center, VaultDrop, Vivid IP, SelfStorageAuction.com, and Collection Bureau of America to name a few.
The legislation was developed in consultation with the state Bar Association's Committee on Lawyer Referral Service and the New York City Bar Association.
Abortion, maternal haemorrhage and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy account for 50% of all maternal deaths.4 Besides these direct causes, indirect causes that may be exacerbated during pregnancy account for approximately 25% of maternal deaths.6 All of these potential causes require emergency referral and obstetric and/or medical care to help save precious maternal and neonatal lives.
Referral myth #2: My clients tell me they "don't know anyone" who needs my services
The court in that case rejected proposed rule changes regarding for-profit lawyer referral services submitted by the Bar Board of Governors and instead ordered the board to submit a rule by May 24, 2016, that prohibits lawyers from belonging to referral services that are not "owned or operated" by Bar members.
"That text turned into a $2 million referral," he recalls.