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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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Companies purchase the VIPdesk personal assistant platform as a powerful retention and productivity tool for their customers and employees.
The company currently has 250 employees, including 150 highly trained personal assistants.
The company currently has 230 employees, including 150 highly trained personal assistants.
com, will be a valuable source of information for executive and personal assistants.
The appeal court expressed "great respect" for the manner in which Mr Davey, his family and his team of personal assistants had coped with his difficult situation, but declared the council had not acted unlawfully.
Their lives are carefully managed by a personal assistant, someone who looks after their schedule, screens their communications and takes care of the little things - leaving them free to concentrate on the bigger picture.
6 -- Samsung is all set to enter the AI assistant race and instead of developing their own personal assistant for Galaxy phones, the South-Korean company is simply buying one of the most promising personal assistant's out there.
France, an assistant, coach, and trainer in the UK, offers a handbook for personal assistants, office managers, and secretaries.
Neural networking, a computational machine learning and pattern recognition technique inspired by the neurons of the human brain, has been bandied about since the 1940s, but a modern application of the technology in digital personal assistants has placed new attention on the decades-old technology.
Later, the court heard from two of his personal assistants from the 1970s and 1980s, who both described him as "tactile" - but never in a sexual way.
NIGELLA Lawson said she was "disappointed but unsurprised" by the acquittal of her former personal assistants on fraud charges, adding that her experience as a witness was "deeply disturbing".
It emerged in a case involving their personal assistants, who are accused of fraud, where they spent more than 685,000 pounds on the couple's credit cards.

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