Liaison

Liaison in general means:

  1. Communication between two or more groups.
  2. Co-operation, working together.

but may refer to:

  • Affair, an unfaithful or adulterous sexual relationship
  • Air Alliance, a Canadian Summit airline whose call sign was "Liaison'
  • Collaboration, people working together
  • Liaison aircraft, a small aircraft used by military forces
  • Liaison Committee, a topical committee of the British House of Commons
  • Liaison Committee (House of Lords), a select committee of the United Kingdom's House of Lords
  • Liaison Committee on Medical Education
  • Liaison (French), the pronunciation of a word-final consonant due to a following vowel sound in French
  • Liaison job, a job that links two or more specialties
  • Liaison (kitchen), a mix of 3 parts yolk and 1 part cream used by soups
  • Liaison officer, a military officer who coordinates different forces or national units usually at staff level
  • Liaison pilot, a World War II pilot who flew liaison aircraft
  • Liaison psychiatry, psychiatry that specialises in the interface between medicine and psychiatry
  • "Liaisons" (Desperate Housewives), an episode of the American drama series Desperate Housewives
  • Liaisons (song), a song from the 1973 musical "A Little Night Music" by Stephen Sondheim
  • "Liaisons" (Star Trek: The Next Generation), an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation

Other articles related to "liaison":

Celle Air Base - Use - Flying Units - Army Aviation Liaison and Reconnaissance Squadron 100
... Army Aviation Liaison and Reconnaissance Squadron 100 (Heeresfliegerverbindungs- und Aufklärungsstaffel 100) performs liaison flights mainly throughout north and ... Its tasks are liaison flights between units of Airmobile Brigade 1 (Luftbewegliche Brigade 1) and other units of the German Army VIP-flights of military personnel and politicians performing own exercises ...
Liaison Committee
... The Liaison Committee is a committee of the British House of Commons, the lower house of the United Kingdom Parliament ... Minister has appeared annually before the Liaison Committee in order to give evidence on matters of public policy ... David Cameron went before the liaison committee for the first time after the United Kingdom general election, 2010 on 18 November 2010 ...
Homer H. Gruenther
... on January 21, 1953 and served as a member of the legislative liaison office ... He served in the White House legislative liaison office until January 21, 1961 ... Gruenther’s liaison work with Congress included Upper Colorado and St ...
Liaison Officer
... A liaison officer or LNO is a person that liaises between two organizations to communicate and coordinate their activities ... In the military, liaison officers may coordinate activities to protect units from collateral damage ... For incident or disaster management, liaison officers serve as the primary contact for agencies responding to the situation ...