Sentence Examples

  • It can be implemented face-to-face in the classroom or virtually.
  • Sales representative outsourcing is a great way to keep your own, small sales team busy with face-to-face current and potential customers while leaving the dirty work (cold calling) to a sales team at another location.
  • Don't be afraid to ask for help: If you're stumped and need face-to-face advice or assistance in choosing new wardrobe pieces, don't be shy about going into a men's clothing store and seeking out a salesperson.
  • The majority of infant adoptions involve the birth parents, who often select the adoptive parents for their child through either a review of a portfolio, a face-to-face meeting between the two parties, or both.
  • Along with the clinical program, the Quick Weight Loss Centers offer a home version of their program for people whose lives are too busy to accommodate coming in to the center for face-to-face consultation.