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personal assistant

An unlicensed assistant in a real estate office who may work under the supervision of a licensed broker or agent, but who is prohibited from doing anything that specifically requires a license under applicable state law.

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AI Personal Assistant supports connectivity with various devices and contents.
Party colleague Pat Deering added: "While I very much welcome the reversal in cuts to the personal assistants, the area of home help is still in the firing line.
It claimed the service allows subscribes to benefit from a personal assistant, with global access to emergency services.
When he turned l8, she asked him to be her personal assistant, making appointments, accompanying her places and generally seeing that her best interests were served.
Author Dionne Muhammad is the president and CEO of Celebrity Personal Assistants Inc (CPAI).
0 of its Personal Assistant personal information management application.
The Prince's personal assistant is said to have been responsible for disposing of Charles's unwanted gifts, and was allegedly allowed to keep up to 20 per cent of the profits, earning himself the sobriquet 'Fawcett the Fence'.
Workgroup also incorporates remote notification, talking e-mail and personal assistant with Find Me/Follow Me Call Forwarding and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) with Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) fall back for finding contacts and placing calls.
The other new application is called Impresa Personal Assistant.
A combination of a digital personal assistant and wireless phone, the pdQ is packed with a touch-response screen, Web browser, E-mail, caller ID, voice mail, pager, calendar, address book, and memo pad.
has released a report, "Personal Assistants: Owning the Customer Interface," which forecasts that there will be approximately 300 million users of personal assistant services worldwide by 2005.
Consumers are relieved of fiduciary headaches but lose the ability to control the quality of personal assistant services.

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