Definitions for "liaison"
Keywords:  yolk, soup, beurre, thicken, sauce
A thickener for soups and sauces.
lee-ay-ZON, lee-AY-zon] In cooking, a liaison is a thickening agent for soups, sauces and other mixtures. Beurre manie, roux, egg yolks or starches such as flour, cornstarch and arrowroot are among those agents used for thickening. A liaison is sometimes also referred to as a binder.
a person on staff at EMSTAC who works with the on-site Linking Agent
An illicit sexual relation between a man and a woman; a sexual afffair.
a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
Keywords:  bfroot, babar, slac, shifter, mcc
(LIA) BaBar shifter who is posted in the MCC control room. This person provides communications between the Babar shift leader (pilot) and PEP operators and is particularly responsible for machine-detector interfaces for the shift. Reference Link (
An agency official who works with individual agencies or agency officials to coordinate interagency communications.
A close collaboration for smooth coordination.
The designation of a person within an organization who has responsibility for facilitating communication, collaboration and coordination between agencies involved in the child protection system.
A person whose function it is to maintain such communication.
A form of communication for establishing and maintaining mutual understanding and cooperation.
that contact or intercommunication maintained between elements of military forces to ensure mutual understanding and unity of purpose and action. LIC low intensity conflict
A pronunciation of a consonant sound that would be otherwise silent, such as the final consonant of certain French words, when the following word begins with a vowel sound.
Another French word throwing us an orthographical curve: a spare [i], just in case. That"s an [s], too, that sounds like a [z].
an outreach program to the Council on Aging
A member of a WTI group who represents your Group to the WTI Liaisons. The Liaisons are the “student council” of WTI. They assist with decision making for WTI and have a representative on the WTI Advisory Council.
Is a person who interpersonally connects two or more cliques without belonging to either clique.
A union, or bond of union; an intimacy; an interrelationship.
union, connection.
A process of communication between parts of an organization or between two organizations acting together for a common purpose.
a channel for communication between groups; "he provided a liaison with the guerrillas"
Working closely with more than one group for effective communication of information.
Foreign intelligence services with which SIS cooperates. It is SIS policy not to comment on its relationships with liaison services.
Keywords:  ocs, skills, know, best, assigned
Each family at OCS is assigned a Family Liaison. The Liaison's job is to know the availability and skills of their assigned families so that (1) the family can know how best to serve the school and (2) the school can know how best to serve the family
a professional, usually a nurse, who is on-site at a hospital but who is employed by another organization or operating unit of a hospital
A person whose job is to act between a tenant and a Board of Directors. Most non-profit housing societies don't have a liaison.
Reports information to and from the District.