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Use "liason" in a sentence
"Indeed, all of our troop levels in the Middle East are, of course, strongly affected by the war, and this passage is but a promise to not abandon the Mid-East entirely, but to continue the kind of liason and standing missions we've been doing there for decades, prior to the war."
"The three men will be his "liason" to their respective services to help raise pledges."
"Jim Spiess, a convicted felon and Catherine Crabill supporter, is a "liason" for the "Virginia Tea Party Patriots Foundation"."