Piece Co. will then seamlessly source the artisans and be your liaison for collaboration.
I was on the plane with LBJ, liaison to the Kennedy entourage.
Once Ben Ali seized power in 1987, he abandoned this liaison and, in 1992, married Laila.
“We want to force the enemy to leave the countryside and return to protect the cities,” says the liaison officer.
The operation was jointly commanded by a CIA man and the British liaison officer Kim Philby.
But the jet that landed today flashed the liaison code to our auto-interrogator.
The first-class citizens who owned the plants had their own liaison.
And I knew his attitude toward the sort of liaison we both despised.
The liaison officer had come with them thus far, and was looking at his watch.
By her liaison with Muoz, the first blow was given to Christina's character and popularity.
1640s, from French liaison "a union, a binding together" (13c.), from Late Latin ligationem (nominative ligatio) "a binding," from past participle stem of Latin ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Originally a cookery term for a thickening agent for sauces. Sense of "intimate relations" is from 1806. Military sense of "cooperation between branches, allies, etc." is from 1816. The noun meaning "one who is concerned with liaison of units, etc." is short for liaison officer.