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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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welcomes the opportunity to provide a telephone consultation with its distinguished International Diamond Trade Clientele for acquisition of CDGI's Premium Rough Diamonds or Partnership in CDGI's Premium Rough Diamonds.
The half of his collection inspired by light and embellished with frillier and more sparkly details targeted a clientele in the Middle East and Russia, where tastes favor the glitz and glam side of high fashion.
Special services must be provided in situations that would maintain and increase clientele and patients' satisfaction and it is the most important part of job duties of professionals that raising the health and mental comfort of the patients (Ibid, 54-55)
Par contre, la commercialisation est cette histoire qui capte l'attention d'une clientele prospective.
We will broaden our offerings to regional interests of our high value customers and ensure they are not easily replicated, thus creating a sense of pride, importance and recognition amongst our clientele. We have taken an unusual approach to pamper our clients that captures the underlying commitment of United Arab Bank - unparalleled service delivery and attention to customers banking and lifestyle needs."
Dissemination of scientific knowledge to clientele is an essential component of Extension services.
USA clientele can get the offer at http://www.znetlive.com, UK customer can get the offer at http://znet.uk.com/, and Indian customer at http://www.znet.in.
La generalisation de la procedure d'inscription de la clientele aupres de l'omnipraticien permettra de developper deux categories d'indicateurs, ceux reliees a la pratique du medecin et ceux qui concernent le profil de la clientele.
Regular racegoers are being driven away from the sport by the push to attract a clientele with no interest in racing, says Alan Lewis
Lee, planned to work for a predominantly black clientele. He never expected that his growing business, TCL Financial & Tax Services, would suffer from prejudice within his own community.
By Diego's count, his clientele comes from 135 countries and includes 75 foreign ambassadors and 17 presidents and prime ministers.
Beginning with the Revolution, therefore, and with a few notable exceptions (the post-Restoration salon of Juliette Recamier in particular), the clientele of Parisian salons reflected the political cleavages of the era: legitimist, Bonapartist, Orleanist, Republican, and all their intermediary variations.