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Using the expertise of travel visa and passport expediters is a surefire way to avoid common missteps.
Kitchen expediter Haley Richard walked through the entire restaurant holding aloft a hot pan of sizzling garlic and rosemary, an old trick DiPietro adopted to ensure that the kitchen’s aromas find their way to Irene’s every nook and cranny.
Kitchen expediter Haley Richard walked through the entire restaurant holding aloft a hot pan of sizzling garlic and rosemary, an old trick DiPietro adopted to ensure that the kitchen's aromas find their way to Irene's every nook and cranny.
Spawned in Germany but globally spread, SAP has long played, by necessity, the role of product educator and expediter for its customers.
Terje is the theorist, and a pontificator with a peacock streak; Mona is the expediter and interpreter — not just for the diverse participants in the peace talks, but for the audience as well.
But with a real estate boom, one expediter in Brooklyn greased a Buildings Department supervisor, according to a report last year by the city’s Investigation Department and the Manhattan district attorney.
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