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Bird Dog

In auto sales, a salesperson or other party who refers a potential customer to another salesperson in exchange for a portion of the commission.
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bird dog

Someone who regularly furnishes sales leads to another, but does not actually handle any of the selling. Successful real estate agents usually have many bird dogs.

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Furthermore, a statistically significant difference was found between left leg extension and bird-dog position (P<0.05) in as much as the left multifidus was activated at a significantly higher level than the other muscles in the birddog stage.
The findings of the present study revealed that the activation of left IO and right and left mulitifudus muscles in the bird-dog position was higher than that in the other two exercises.
If there is one aspect of bird-dog training that professionals handle with the utmost care, it's gunfire introduction because once it's done wrong, reversing the affliction is tremendously difficult.