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Feeling the need for company, Henry visits Anne and has a liaison with her.
Later Soriano was a liaison officer during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, and deployed during Operation Joint Endeavor; he retired in March 2005.
During operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, Soriano served as the chief of the liaison team to the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Furthermore, this tactic generates a good liaison between the advertiser and the publisher, which also boosts the profits.
This liaison has lasted over a quarter of a century.
It functioned primarily as a replacement training unit from 1943–1944, and also conducted a Ground Liaison Officer course from January–April 1944.
After the Normandy Invasion in June 1944, because a liaison and courier unit flying light aircraft until the end of the war in Europe.
Carson served on the Governor's Emergency Response Team as the liaison to Veterans who needed assistance.
After the Truce he was appointed chief liaison officer for the Irish government.
Sue White is the hospital's staff liaison officer, who describes her role as being "to soothe, to bathe, to listen to the worker's woes".
To keep the public unaware of the "Neverland" mutant concentration camp, Mesmero posed as a government liaison.
Lamphere had been the FBI liaison to the code-breaking activity, had considerable knowledge of Venona and the counter-intelligence work that resulted from it.
In 1977, then Lieutenant Mastagni was transferred to serve a tour of duty at the United States Air Force Academy as a Navy liaison instructor.
Interdepartmental Liaison Group on Risk Assessment
The squadron also flew liaison type aircraft such as the L-4 and L-1B.
The narrator added that McConnell was controlled before and after the bombings by Military Intelligence Liaison officer Robert Nairac of 14th Intelligence Company.
Armed liaison agents, who knew only their section of the Trail, led each infiltrating group between way-stations.
He initially served with the 108th Regiment, but through the influence of his elder brother James, who worked at the War Office, he then transferred to the Manchester Regiment in December 1943, attached to the GHQ Liaison Regiment, known as Phantom, which provided liaison with special forces units.
However, by late June, the bill's future looked in doubt when the Central Government Liaison Office suggested a re-think.
She also serves as a liaison between the board and the faculty.
Assistant state's attorney Rhonda Pearlman (Deirdre Lovejoy) acted as the legal liaison between the detail and the courthouse and also had a sexual relationship with McNulty.
In September, the PQ created a national committee of Anglophones and a liaison committee with ethnic minorities.
Dawn, the peppy host, acted as a liaison between the contestants and Oscar and instructed them on how to complete the tasks.
While there, he has a wild liaison with a quirky, sexually ravenous girl, Angie (Susie Porter), who after a brief courtship knocks him unconscious and kidnaps him.
After volunteering for Riordan's successful campaign, she worked as his Government Liaison during the mayoral transition.
Braun married SS-Gruppenführer Hermann Fegelein, a liaison officer on Hitler's staff, on 3 June 1944.
On 3 June 1944 she married SS-Gruppenführer Hermann Fegelein, who served as Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler's liaison officer on Hitler's staff.
However, the exact nature of Gabrielle's relationship with Vaudreuil has been debated by some historians, some feeling it was almost certainly not a sexual liaison.
In 1989-91, during a sabbatical, he worked in the Bush White House as Assistant Director of Public Liaison.
Shooter introduced the character of Henry Peter Gyrich, the Avengers' liaison to the United States National Security Council.
Spider-Man was again offered membership, but failed to gain admission due to security concerns by the Avengers' government liaison.
896th Helicopter Reconnaissance and Liaison Squadron
The 896th Helicopter Reconnaissance and Liaison Squadron ("Serbo-Croatian: 896.
By order from March 1, 1985 it is designated as 896th Helicopter Reconnaissance and Liaison Squadron.
He served in the QA Staff Billet, serving as the S-6 liaison until his End of Service.
It may also be called the "liaison Bauvin-Lys".
After Tonglin’s transformation, Du Zhanpeng (Shaun Chen), Head of Artiste Liaison Unit, makes the surprise move of courting her.
A similar issue surrounds movement from technical jobs to liaison jobs due to offshore outsourcing.
The crew and cast of the film was joined by Cambodian translator Dith Pran, who was a liaison between Cambodians and the filmmakers and stars.
Ten days before zero, divisions were to send liaison officers to Corps Headquarters.
Parties were to be detailed for liaison with neighbouring units and divisions.
5" was devoted to liaison, with officers attached to brigades, to report to the divisional commander.
For liaison, each corps sent a staff officer to the tank brigade headquarters attached.
I recognized my mistake and I told my wife that I had a liaison with another woman, and I asked for her forgiveness.
Clayton Lefthand of the Stoney Sioux First Nation worked as a film liaison.
This machine is used as liaison aircraft, registered as civil HB-FCF.
She acted as a liaison until 1615, when the Tokugawa eliminated the Toyotomi.
Still, there usually will be some liaison personnel that can meet with the regional U.S. planners.
The force's Equine Liaison Officers who liaise with the equine community perform their duties voluntarily.
Sheridan, who claims to be teetotal, was also alleged to have drunk champagne during an extramarital liaison.

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