(according to 24% of employees) - to meet or talk about a specific issue; 2.
Cayabyab stressed that as an effective marketer, they make sure that they are able to touch base
with both clients and the developer.
If life's felt frenetic, is it time to touch base
or is there one particular person you would like to touch base
John Gardner, general manager of the hotel, said, 'This brand new complimentary hotel-wide service ensures that guests can touch base
with work and stay in touch with family no matter where they are or what they're doing.
Ross, who was then visiting major networks in Singapore, said his trip to Asia was a chance to touch base
with loyal customers and know more about their needs.
If you want one, touch base
with him at: sales@45auto.
The official reason for Umaga being in Britain visiting his brother in Coventry and decided to touch base
with his ex-Wellington team-mates Jason Spice and Filo Tiatia who are both playing at the Ospreys.
The brushed stainless-steel kettle boils water faster than a microwave and is made with a cool touch base
that can be safely placed on any surface.
Providing a remarkable and vivid account of Nen's family and friends, loved ones, and those close, White Tree portrays Nen and details her most personal intricacies, as well as those in missing her, however never does touch base
with the actual enigmatic character of Nen.
Cherney recommends if a student is interested in working as a Federal employee for SDDC, or any other Federal agency, to first touch base
with their school's guidance counselor.
I don't like that, but I will be making a trip down there in a month or two to touch base