Meaning Agent
What does Agent mean? Here you find 339 meanings of the word Agent. You can also add a definition of Agent yourself

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n. a person who is authorized to act for another (the agent's pri...
Source: dictionary.law.com

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An agent that is capable of acting against infection, either by inhibiting the spread of an infectious agent or by killing the infectious agent outright.
Source: medicinenet.com

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A drug used to treat bacterial infections. The original definition of an antibiotic was a substance produced by one microorganism that selectively inhibits the growth of another microorganism. However, wholly synthetic antibiotics (usually chemically related to natural antibiotics) have since been produced that accomplish comparable tasks. In 1926, [..]
Source: medicinenet.com

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A drug used to treat fungal infections. Examples of antifungal drugs include miconazole (MONISTAT) and clotrimazole (LOTRIMIN, MYCELEX).
Source: medicinenet.com

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As the name suggests, a drug aimed at reducing high blood pressure (hypertension).
Source: medicinenet.com

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See: Antimicrobial agent.
Source: medicinenet.com

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An agent that destroys protozoa or inhibits their growth and ability to reproduce. A few of the protozoa of medical importance include Plasmodium (the cause of malaria); Entamoeba histolytica (the cause of amebiasis, amebic dysentery) and Trichomonas vaginalis (a cause of vaginal infection); and Pneumocystis carinii (a common cause of pneumonia [PC [..]
Source: medicinenet.com

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An agent that kills viruses or suppresses their replication and, hence, inhibits their capability to multiply and reproduce. For example, amantadine (Symmetrel) is a synthetic (man-made) drug that inhibits the multiplication of the influenza A virus and was once used to prevent the flu. Safer medicines such as oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and zanamivir (R [..]
Source: medicinenet.com

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A medication that can inhibit labor, slow down or halt the contractions of the uterus. Tocolytic agents are widely used today to treat premature labor and permit pregnancy to proceed so the fetus can gain in size and maturity before birth.
Source: medicinenet.com

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An agent or broker is a person or business who can help you apply for help paying for coverage and enroll you in a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) through the Marketplace. They can make specific recommend [..]
Source: healthcare.gov

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n. ~ 1. An individual who acts on behalf of another individual or an organization. - 2. Semi-autonomous software or hardware that uses information in a given environment to perform tasks for a user, t [..]
Source: www2.archivists.org

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A party appointed to act on behalf of a principal entity or person. In context of project financing, refers to the bank in charge of administering the project financing.
Source: nasdaq.com

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An individual or an investment dealer who acts on behalf of another person or party, called the principal, to buy and sell securities. An agent does not own title to the securities during the transact [..]
Source: morningstar.com

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This term is used interchangeably with broker when discussing insurance. An agent is licensed by the state, performs many of the functions for sole proprietors and small businesses that Human Resource [..]
Source: nahu.org

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An independent person or company with authority to act on behalf of another.
Source: fedcourt.gov.au

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A state-licensed individual or entity representing one or more insurance companies. An agent solicits and facilitates the sale of insurance contracts or policies and provides services to the policyhol [..]
Source: ehealthinsurance.com

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individual who sells and services insurance policies in either of two classifications:
Source: ambest.com

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A person or organization who/that is authorized to act on behalf of another. An insurance agent is a person or organization who/that solicits, negotiates, or instigates insurance contracts on behalf [..]
Source: irmi.com

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1610s, from agent (n.).
Source: etymonline.com

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late 15c., "one who acts," from Latin agentem (nominative agens) "effective, powerful," present participle of agere "to set in motion, drive, lead, conduct" (see act (n.) [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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1. (sales definition) A person acts as a representative of a firm or individual. 2. (retailing definition) A business unit that negotiates purchases, sales, or both but does not take title to the goods in which it deals. 3. (retailing definition) A person agent; one who represents the principal (who, in the case of retailing, is the store or mercha [..]
Source: ama.org

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An independent mover under agreement with Atlas that is empowered to act on Atlas' behalf in servicing the interstate (out-of-state) movement of household goods. See Real Estate Agent.
Source: atlasvanlines.com

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An employee who sells the products owned by the company, in contrast to a broker, who sells the insurance products of several companies. See Broker.
Source: hrmarketer.com

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An enterprise authorized to transact business for, or in the name of, another enterprise.
Source: inboundlogistics.com

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 An individual appointed by an insurance company to solicit, negotiate, effect, or countersign insurance contracts, and to provide policyholder services on its behalf.
Source: farmers.com

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A representative of an insurance company who sells insurance policies, is licensed by the state and is required to complete continuing education classes.
Source: allstate.com

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person authorized or employed to act on another's behalf.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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1. An entity within the economy that makes economic decisions and engages on economic activity. Used to refer to individual consumers, households, and firms. 2. One who acts on behalf of someone else. [..]
Source: www-personal.umich.edu

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An agent is a person who acts on behalf of another person or institution in a transaction. For example, when you direct your stockbroker to buy or sell shares in your account, he or she is acting as your agent in the trade.Agents work for either a set fee or a commission based on the size of the transaction and the type of product, or sometimes a c [..]
Source: finance.yahoo.com

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A person within or outside Australia who represents or acts on behalf of a provider, or purports to do so, in dealing with overseas students or intending overseas students.
Source: cqu.edu.au

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Agents are people dedicated to answering customer queries about a product or service. They are the face and voice of the company and have a better understanding of customer needs than most other peopl [..]
Source: freshdesk.com

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A person who has the right to practice before a national Office or PCT Authority and who may be appointed to act on behalf of an applicant for an international application.
Source: wipo.int

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1. An active process in a computer that is responsible for a certain type of activity when demanded by an outside entity. 2. In SNMP, the active process in a computing device that is responsible for determining the parameters defined in the MIB (Management Information Base) and reporting them on demand to a Console.
Source: wildpackets.com

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 Agents are search tools that automatically
Source: christcenteredstore.com

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A person authorized to act for and under the direction of another person when dealing with third parties. The person who appoints an agent is called the principal. An agent can enter into binding agre [..]
Source: nolo.com

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while most software is designed to respond directly to user commands, agents are pieces of software designed to act on their own. In the background, while users are working, agents work in parallel on [..]
Source: usabilityfirst.com

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A professional whose job is to help people or companies find health coverage that’s right for them. They’re sometimes called brokers.
Source: anthem.com

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an active and efficient cause; capable of producing a certain effect; "their research uncovered new disease agents" a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or or [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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A person who has been appointed to act on behalf of another for a particular transaction.
Source: golfandhome.co

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Person authorized to act by and on behalf of another.
Source: floridabeachandgolfhomes.com

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One who, or that which, acts to produce a change
Source: health.gov.au

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Synonym droid.
Source: atis.org

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An authorized and licensed representative of an insurance company who sells and services insurance policies. Agents represent the insurance company and typically only sell policies from that company.
Source: squaremouth.com

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A person licensed to sell insurance by the insurance departments of the states in which he or she operates.
Source: lifeinsuranceinsights.com

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A go-between of the player and the bookmaker.
Source: thespread.com

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see literary agent
Source: npage.org

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Jensens Internet Dictionary Agents are search tools that automatically seek out relevant online information based on your specifications. Agents are also called intelligent agents, personal agents, knowbots or droids.
Source: comptechdoc.org

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For the purposes of Recommendations 14 and 16, agent means any natural or legal person providing Money or Value Transfer Service(s) (MVTS) on behalf of an MVTS provider, whether by contract with or un [..]
Source: fatf-gafi.org

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Definition An individual or firm authorized to act on behalf of another (called the principal), such as by executing a transaction or selling and servicing an insurance policy. The agent does not assu [..]
Source: investorwords.com

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A legal representative of buyers, sellers or shippers of natural gas in negotiation or operations of contractual agreements.
Source: aga.org

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(n.) A program that performs some information gathering or processing task in the background. Typically, an agent is given a very small and well-defined task. Although the theory behind agents has bee [..]
Source: webopedia.com

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1. an individual or organization which functions or has the ability to function. 2. an individual that functions on the part of someone else or of an organization. 3. with regard to psychotherapy, a c [..]
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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An individual who sells insurance policies as either a Direct Writer or Independent Agent. Also services insurance policies for clients.
Source: erieri.com

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Someone who represents business in domestic and overseas market. In corporate governance terminology, management is the agent of the principal stakeholders in a principal-agent relationship.
Source: eximguru.com

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substance (pop)
Source: users.ugent.be

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A person who represents candidates in their dealings with the electoral authorities and runs their campaigns.
Source: news.bbc.co.uk

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A person or entity who acts on behalf of another person or entity with the principal's authorization.
Source: www22.verizon.com

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An individual or company that acts as middleman between a library or library system and a publisher in the purchase of materials, for example, a subscription service such as EBSCO that manages periodi [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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1. A software process empowered to transparently act for or represent a user by completing transactions, seeking information of specific interest, or communicating with other users and agents. The Hot [..]
Source: csgnetwork.com

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1 : someone or something that acts or exerts power : a moving force in achieving some result 2 : a person guided or instigated by another in some action [where the heads of departments are the ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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(may be referred to as a practitioner or representative) - one who is not an attorney but is authorized to act for or in place of the applicant(s) before the Office, that is, an individual who is registered to practice before the Office. -- See 37 CFR § 10.6 and the searchable online Patent Attorney Agent Roster p
Source: uspto.gov

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A program, probably running on your machine, that asks for files or information from a remote server.
Source: www-h.eng.cam.ac.uk

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Alternate term for Artist's representative.
Source: bindagraphics.com

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In immigrant visa processing, the applicant selects a person who receives all correspondence regarding the case and pays the immigrant visa application processing fee. The agent can be the applicant, [..]
Source: travel.state.gov

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A person or group of people who represent talent and bring them into their facility to audition, or arrange for an actor to audition for casting directors and producers.
Source: voices.com

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one who acts or has the power to act as the representative of another. Most frequently in travel anyone other than a principal, such as a retail travel agent, receiving agent, ticket agent, local oper [..]
Source: gdrc.org

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 Sells and buys cattle on behalf of clients. (See also 'livestock agent' and 'stock and station agent').
Source: mla.com.au

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A person who solicits insurance on behalf of an insurer.
Source: conning.com

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One that acts for or represents another.
Source: discover.com

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An Agent is a ‘maker ’, more precisely an ‘artifact-maker ’. It is a system that makes ‘artifacts’, where the term ‘artifact’ means any object that cannot be formed spontaneously in Na [..]
Source: codebiology.org

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A person empowered to transact business for a stable owner or jockey, or empowered to sell or buy horses for an owner or breeder.
Source: equibase.com

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Person in a speakers bureau/agency that acts on behalf of the seller (speaker) or on behalf of the buyer (customer).
Source: iasbweb.org

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an individual who sells, services, or negotiates insurance policies either on behalf of a company or independently.
Source: naic.org

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An affiliated moving company authorized to act on behalf of the van line. The agent may handle the booking, origin, hauling and/or destination services.
Source: unitedvanlines.com

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A person authorized to transact business for and in the name of another person or company. Types of agent are: (1) brokers, (2) commission merchants, (3) resident buyers, (4) sales agents, 5) manufact [..]
Source: logisuite.com

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A business that is mainly focused on reselling tours and activities in exchange for commission fees.
Source: rezdy.com

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There are various kinds of agents in the music business. A band may use a booking agent to secure gigs. Artists and writers may use agents to secure music deals (e.g. film or advertising work). The ag [..]
Source: bemuso.com

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The local moving company representing a national van line. May serve as booking, origin, destination and/or hauling agent.
Source: universalrelocations.com

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A bona fide representative with proper credentials from the party represented.
Source: exsa.co.za

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An entity appointed by the Card Issuer to perform specific functions on behalf of the Card Issuer. Some examples of these functions include card processing, Cardholder verification using the 3-D Secure protocol, and Token Service.
Source: eftlab.co.uk

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One who acts or who has power to act for another. A licensed real estate broker authorized to act under a listing or management agreement executed by a property owner (the Principal); this [..]
Source: officefinder.com

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 – A local moving company authorized to act on behalf of a national van line. The agent may handle the booking, origin, hauling and/or destination services. Find the Bekins agent nearest you.
Source: bekins.com

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see literary agent
Source: filestore.harpercollins.co.uk

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A publishing professional who shepherds books and authors through the publication process. An agent will submit a book project to editors, negotiate advances and contracts, follow-up on payments, and [..]
Source: blog.nathanbransford.com

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on a managed machine. The agent is a system service that does not require the user to be logged on for the agent to function and does not require a reboot for the agent to be installed. The agent is c [..]
Source: help.kaseya.com

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An application that performs data backup and recovery and enables other management operations on the machine
Source: acronis.com

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An individual that exhibits the capacity to achieve a goal or to effect an outcome. Often the term "agent" implies that an agent operates within a population and interacts with other agents [..]
Source: complexityexplorer.org

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Independent acting sections of code and data that represent active interacting pieces of a model or system.
Source: axpheykhan.wordpress.com

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An agent is a type of software program that is instructed to go out onto the Internet and perform a specific function on behalf of a user. The most common type of agents are programs called spiders, w [..]
Source: learnthenet.com

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Someone who acts on behalf of another. Traditionally, insurance company salesmen have often been called agents. This has led to a certain amount of confusion since in some situations the [..]
Source: apt-finance.com

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sometimes called a scrutineer, this person represents a candidate at the polling station and observes the voting and the counting of ballots. 
Source: electionsnb.ca

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The bank responsible for administering a project financing.
Source: people.hbs.edu

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Third party provider, for example, Link is an agent of the Issuer.
Source: linkmarketservices.co.nz

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Individual who makes decisions in a relationship between principal and agent.
Source: pfhub.com

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A registered person authorised to act for another in the selling, buying, renting or management of a property.  Land Agents usually act for the owner.
Source: homestart.com.au

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A person or body authorised to act on behalf of a customer in the sale.
Source: futurefinancial.com.au

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A general term for a person appointed to act on behalf of a Principal entity or person. An agent has the power to enter into contracts on behalf of the Principal. The person (usually one of the creditors) which administers a Syndicated Facility and acts as a channel of communication between the debtor and the Syndicate.   [..]
Source: dlapipertradefinance.com

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A program that gathers information or accomplishes tasks without your immediate presence. Agents are usually given very small and well-defined tasks. They are also called intelligent agents, personal [..]
Source: webliminal.com

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Computer software constructed to operate with a degree of autonomy from its user, e.g. an agent may search the Internet for information based upon loose specifications provided by its user. See also: [..]
Source: coiera.com

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The term agent is derived from the Latin word “agens,” meaning to do or to act. The meanings of the term “agent” vary. A representative or official of an administrative agency or government is [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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An agent is a person authorized to act on behalf of another. Under probate law, an agent includes an attorney under a durable or non durable power of attorney. S/he can be an individual authorized to [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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Forté Agent is a newsreader. The current version is 8.0:1272 Last revised/verified: 2014-10-20. agent is also a generic term for a program that acts on your behalf simulating the activities as a pers [..]
Source: mindprod.com

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In the client-server model, the part of the system that performs information preperation on behalf of a client or server application.
Source: jimspages.com

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A computer program that reports information to another computer or allows another computer access to the local system. Agents can be used for good or evil. Many security programs have agent components [..]
Source: watchguard.com

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Agents are search tools that automatically seek out relevant online information based on your specifications. Agent A.K.A.s include: intelligent agent, personal agents, knowbots or droids.  
Source: webstix.com

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(n) an active and efficient cause; capable of producing a certain effect(n) a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations(n) a substance that exerts some force or effect(n) [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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An intermediary who is authorised by another party (known as the principal) to do something on that party's behalf (e.g. make a purchase). 
Source: anu.edu.au

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A software process empowered to transparently act for or represent a user by completing transactions, seeking information of specific interest, or communicating with other users and agents. The Firefly online service is a good example of agent technology at work, http://www.firefly.com
Source: netdictionary.com

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A company appointed to act as an intermediary on behalf of his principal.
Source: 2wglobal.com

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The term disease causative agent usually refers to a living, biological organism that causes a disease.
Source: reefresilience.org

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An independent person or corporation acting as a representative, usually in a foreign market, who attempts to sell products for an overseas seller (principal) and earns a commission on successful sales. Agents are not normally involved in delivery or servicing of product.
Source: internationalshippingusa.com

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A legally independent person, authorized by another person (the principal) to act on his behalf as an intermediary or to conclude business transactions. The agent usually receives a fee or a commissio [..]
Source: legacy.intracen.org

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One who negotiates contracts, or acts in the legal capacity of another party.
Source: crowley.com

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A business entity that has a formal agreement with QUT allowing it to recruit international students on behalf of QUT.
Source: qut.edu.au

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Source: OpenGIS Guide
Source: opengeospatial.org

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Is man a free agent? This is a question of theology, which has long been mooted. The point is this: If God fore-ordains all our actions, they must take place as he fore-ordains them, and man acts as a [..]
Source: bartleby.com

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A person empowered to transact business for a stable owner or jockey, or authorized to sell or buy horses for an owner or breeder.
Source: saratogaracetrack.com

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A person authorized to transact business for and in the name of another person or company. Types of agent are (1) brokers, (2) commission merchants, (3) resident buyers, (4) sales agents, 5) manufactu [..]
Source: wcscargo.com

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A person authorized by another to act on their behalf. Thus, an agent can enter into contracts and other such legal binding functions on behalf of another. Usually, the corporation's officers act [..]
Source: fountaincpa.com

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A person who has been appointed to act on behalf of another for a particular transaction.
Source: nauticalwavesrealty.com

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Factor such as a microorganism whose presence is essential for the occurrence of a disease.
Source: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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Alternate term for Artist's representative.
Source: e-printing.co.uk

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An individual who acts as a representative for the company and sells insurance, usually on a commission basis. This individual could be an 'exclusive' or 'non-exclusive' agent.
Source: geico.com

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Someone who liaises with promoters and venues to book gigs for bands.
Source: mubutv.com

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A (software) process to transparently act for a user by completing transactions, seeking information of specific interest, or communicating with other users and agents.
Source: its.uci.edu

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The process responsible for managing a service's traffic. The transport layer information includes elements such as the protocol, ports, and connection or session timeouts. Agents types can be pr [..]
Source: kc.mcafee.com

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A person or company that acts on behalf of another. Typically individuals or companies that market the services of a carrier or equipment provider as if they were an employee of [..]
Source: centurylink.com

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a component of network- and desktop-management software, such as SNMP, that gathers information from MIBs. AHFG (ATM-attached Host Functional Group)
Source: e-ratecentral.com

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  A piece of software performing some function on behalf of its user; usually independently, remotely, and unattended. See Crawler. *** The Information Security Glossary ***
Source: yourwindow.to

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An entity appointed by a PJM member to do business in PJM on behalf of the member.
Source: pjm.com

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A representative of the insurance agency, licensed by the state, who solicits, negotiates, and countersigns the contract. Also provides service to the policyholder for the insurance agency.
Source: autotrader.com

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A person who sells insurance on behalf of an insurance company.
Source: amfam.com

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A person who sells insurance policies on behalf of insurance company for an extra fee on top of your insurance policy.
Source: directasia.co.th

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 An individual who acts as a representative for the company and sells insurance, usually on a commission basis. This individual could be an 'exclusive' or 'non-exclusive' agent.
Source: carinsurance.com

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Someone who acts on behalf of the University of Sunderland in London to help you apply for your course and visa.
Source: london.sunderland.ac.uk

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A person or organisation within or outside Australia that represents or acts on behalf of the University and student in order to facilitate the student’s admission to the University.
Source: adelaide.edu.au

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also known as or consultants or educational advisers, agents are representatives from around the world who represent UK universities and colleges, English language centres or independent boarding scho [..]
Source: ucas.com

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(Compliance) - Person authorized to underwrite insurance policies for specific carriers.
Source: wcb.ny.gov

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Any entity providing selection information on behalf of TAFEWA Admissions. Allocated accommodation Accommodation allocated by the Department of Education to the employee.
Source: det.wa.edu.au

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means any natural person owning any interest in, employed by, or representing for remuneration a nonpublic postsecondary educational institution within or outside this state and who, by solicitation i [..]
Source: gnpec.org

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See handler.
Source: akc.org

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An agent is a trained, professional motor mechanic/recovery driver or specialist service provider.
Source: lv.com

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A person who sells insurance for an insurance company.  A license is required.
Source: 4autoinsurancequote.com

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Insurance agents are the authorized representatives of a specific insurance company. They sell insurance coverage, helps customers manage their policies, and provide advice on insurance contracts.
Source: esurance.ca

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A representative of National General Insurance who can provide information and recommendations on insurance coverage. You can contact an agent to learn more about National General Insurance or to purc [..]
Source: nationalgeneral.com

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An insurance sales person. a) An independent agent does not work for any insurance company and sells the policies of more than one insurer; b) an exclusive agent sells the policies of only one insurance company.
Source: wvinsurance.gov

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A licensed person or organization authorized to sell Insurance by or on behalf of an Insurance company.
Source: clickinsure.com

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An authorized representative of an insurance company.
Source: falconins.com

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A person employed to act on behalf of another. An insurance agent is employed by an insurance company to sell their products on behalf of the company.
Source: caasco.com

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A licensed person who helps you find the absolute best rate on your car insurance. Agents can be self-employed, work directly for one insurance company, or, as in the case of The Zebra, be licensed to [..]
Source: thezebra.com

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(agens): a semantic role referring to the 'doer of the action'. In an active clause, the agent participant is typically expressed as the subject (Peter killed a poodle). In a passive clause, [..]
Source: folk.uio.no

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A person who sells insurance policies for an extra fee on top of your insurance policy.
Source: directasia.com.hk

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Any physical, chemical, or biological entity that can be harmful to an organism (synonymous with stressors.)
Source: ehso.com

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Any physical, chemical, or biological entity that can be harmful to an organism (synonymous with stressors.)
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

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 In an immigrant visa processing the applicant selects a person who receives all correspondence regarding the case and pays the immigrant visa application processing fee.  The agent can be the appli [..]
Source: genesislawfirm.com

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See Migration Agent
Source: migration.sa.gov.au

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In immigrant visa processing the applicant selects a person who receives all correspondence regarding the case and pays the immigrant visa application processing fee. The agent can be the applicant, t [..]
Source: visajourney.com

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Organisms used strategically for their positive or adverse effect on the Physiology and/or Reproductive Health of other species.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Living organisms or their toxic products that are used to cause Disease or Death of Humans during war.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances that inhibit or arrest Dental Caries formation. (Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Chemicals that are used to cause the disturbance, Disease, or Death of Humans during war.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The use of two or more chemicals simultaneously or sequentially in the Drug Therapy of Neoplasms. The Drugs need not be in the same Dosage Form.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Drugs used to treat or prevent Skin disorders or for the routine care of Skin.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances added to Foods and Medicine to improve the quality of Taste.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances used for their pharmacological actions on GABAergic systems. GABAergic agents include agonists, antagonists, degradation or uptake inhibitors, depleters, precursors, and modulators of recep [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances used for their pharmacological actions on glycinergic systems. Glycinergic agents include agonists, antagonists, degradation or uptake inhibitors, depleters, precursors, and modulators of r [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A pesticide or chemical agent that kills Mites and Ticks. This is a large class that includes Carbamates, Formamides, organochlorines, Organophosphates, etc, that act as Antibiotics or Growth regulato [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances used to obtain a lighter Skin complexion or to treat Hyperpigmentation disorders.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Substances that sweeten Food, Beverages, medications, etc., such as sugar, saccharine or other low-calorie synthetic products. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A person authorised expressly or by implication to act for another, called the principal, who is, as a result of the authority delegated by him, bound by the acts of the agent.
Source: payontime.co.uk

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An enterprise authorized to transact business for, or in the name of, another enterprise.
Source: vpa.org.vn

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A person or organisation authorised to act for or on behalf of another person or organisation.
Source: iss-marineacademy.com

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A person authorised to transact business for and in the name of another person or company. Types of agents are: brokers, commission merchants, resident buyers, sales agents or manufacturer's repr [..]
Source: msc.com

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An individual who sells and services insurance policies in either of two classifications: An independent agent represents multiple insurance companies and services clients by searching the market for [..]
Source: lgamerica.com

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An insurance company representative licensed by the state who solicits, negotiates or effects contracts of insurance and provides service to the policyholder on behalf of the insurer.
Source: einsurance.com

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Insurance is sold by two types of agents: independent agents, who are self-employed, represent several insurance companies and are paid on commission, and exclusive or captive agents, who represent on [..]
Source: insurancejobs.com

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See Ship's Port Agent
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

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An agent is a person authorized to act on behalf of a company. A Jones Act employer is liable for the actions of his agents if such acts result in the personal injury or death of another.
Source: offshoreinjuryfirm.com

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An enterprise authorized to transact business for, or in the name of, another enterprise.
Source: searates.com

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See Ship's Port Agent
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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A person who transacts business on behalf of another person or company with full or limited decision. 
Source: maritimeandcommerciallaw.co.uk

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A person authorized to transact business for and in the name of another person or company.
Source: oecgroup.com

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Provides in-port services to the vessel, keeps Owners and Charterers updated on vessels' movements in port and deals with local administrative matters.  
Source: tankersinternational.com

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A person or organisation authorised to act for or on behalf of another person or organisation.
Source: iss-shipping.com

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An individual licensed to sell financial products such as investments or insurance who places business exclusively with one insurance company. The agent is paid a commission by the insurer. The agent [..]
Source: cooperators.ca

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An insurance company representative licensed by the state who solicits and negotiates contracts of insurance, and provides service to the policyholder for the insurer. An agent can be independent agen [..]
Source: dfs.ny.gov

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See "Producer".
Source: insurance.wa.gov

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individual who sells and services insurance policies in either of two classifications:
Source: clements.com

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Someone who acts for another person (the principal) usually for reward. There are four main classes of agent that may be involved in the underwriting of insurance and reinsurance risks by Lloyd’s underwriters: members’ agents, managing agents, brokers and coverholders. In addition, there are Lloyd’s agents which are independent businesses tha [..]
Source: iba.ie

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individual who sells and services insurance policies in either of two classifications:
Source: gohallam.com

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Licensed salespersons that represent a health insurance company and is allowed to present their products to consumers.
Source: ethicareadvisors.com

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An authorized representative of an insurance company who sells and services insurance contracts.
Source: nalc.net

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A person licensed by the state to negotiate insurance contracts. An agent can be independent and represent multiple companies, or a direct writer who sells policies for only one company.
Source: smartasset.com

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An individual licensed and appointed by an insurance company to sell, solicit or negotiate insurance.
Source: supportiveis.com

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An agent of a specific insurance company with the responsibility for selling insurance.  Represents only one company.  Also referred to as exclusive.
Source: supportiveis.com

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An agent in business for himself or herself, selling insurance for many different companies.  Also referred to as nonexclusive.
Source: supportiveis.com

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A person who acts as a representative for a company and sells insurance. 
Source: discoveryinsurance.com

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An insurance professional/intermediary who markets and explains insurance products to insureds and prospective insureds. Agents, like brokers, are licensed by state regulatory agencies. However, they [..]
Source: nonprofitrisk.org

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The representative of an insurance company responsible for selling and servicing policies. Can be an employee representing only one company (sometimes called a "captive agent" or a & [..]
Source: garrett-insurance.com

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An individual who solicits, negotiates or effects contracts of insurance. Generally refers to a natural person appointed by a licensed insurer as its representative for the purpose of soliciting and s [..]
Source: greatamericaninsurancegroup.com

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The insurance company (Canada Protection Plan) representative and adviser who sells insurance policies to consumers.
Source: insurancehelp.ca

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An authorized representative of an insurance company.
Source: insuranceagentservice.com

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A licensed person or organization authorized to sell insurance by or on behalf of an insurance company.
Source: insurance.ca.gov

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One who negotiates contracts of insurance or reinsurance as an insurance company's representative i.e. the agent's primary responsibility is with the insurance carrier and not the insurance [..]
Source: group.qbe.com

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An authorized and licensed representative of an insurance company who sells and services insurance policies. Agents represent the insurance company and typically only sell policies from that company.
Source: quickquote.com

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An individual certified and officially approved to act as a representative and sell insurance for a particular insurance company.
Source: myinsuranceguide.co.nz

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: insurance24.com

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Insurance is sold by two types of agents: independent agents, who are self-employed, represent several insurance companies and are paid on commission; and exclusive or captive agents, who represent only one insurance company and are either salaried or work on commission. Insurance companies that use exclusive or captive agents are called direct wri [..]
Source: donegalgroup.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: ins-ias.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: abiinsuranceagency.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: moonadrion.com

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A person authorised to act on behalf of another person in the sale, purchase, letting or management of property. A real estate agent must be licensed by the relevant authority in their State/Territory [..]
Source: stgeorge.com.au

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An insurance agent is an intermediary who arranges insurance, but legally acts in the interests of the insurer, not the insured business.
Source: eagleinsurance.com.au

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A licensed professional who represents several insurance companies and sells their products.
Source: insurancesolutionpros.com

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Agent See handler.
Source: cats-and-dogs-on-the-web.com

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Anything that produces an effect. For example, viruses and bacteria are agents that cause disease.
Source: merckvetmanual.com

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An individual who sells and services insurance policies.
Source: shieldmypet.com

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A person who is authorized to represent either an insured or an insurer when dealing with insurance matters.
Source: rbcinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: garnerandglover.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: networkinsbrokerage.com

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Insurance is sold by two types of agents: independent agents, who are self-employed, represent several insurance companies and are paid on commission; and exclusive or captive agents, who represent on [..]
Source: iii.org

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: bellkenins.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: jchapmaninsure.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: nationaltrust-insurance.org

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individual who sells and services insurance policies in either of two classifications: 1. Independent agent represents at least two insurance companies and (at least in theory) services clients by sea [..]
Source: dentistsbenefits.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: kanegroupins.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: davidisoninsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: integrityins.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: levinecompany.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: andersonkrause.com

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Insurance is sold by two types of agents: independent agents, who are self-employed, represent several insurance companies and are paid on commission; and exclusive or captive agents, who represent on [..]
Source: michiganinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: wrsimsagency.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: gashfitzpatrick.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: johnsullivaninsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: bluelineagency.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: authenticins.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: siebertinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: gabourelinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: kehlinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: stamfordinsurance.com

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A licensed person or organization authorized to sell insurance by or on behalf of an insurance company.
Source: msagroup.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: jessieinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: ashleyinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: duceyinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: isuinsurance.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: gemstateinsurance.com

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Agent


A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: gapins.org

248

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Agent


A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: firstinsurance-ok.com

249

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: cywiggansagency.com

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A legal representative of an insurance company. The agent’s role in the insurance transaction is to sell and service insurance. This person may be an employee. See also Independent Agent, Direct Wri [..]
Source: scottsimmonds.com

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A representative of the insurer in negotiating, servicing or effecting insurance contracts.
Source: talleyinsurance.net

252

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One who solicits, negotiates or effects contracts of insurance on behalf of an insurer. The agent’s right to exercise various functions, authority and obligations, and the obligations of the insurer [..]
Source: calstate.edu

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See Independent Agent.
Source: calstate.edu

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See Policywriting Agent.
Source: calstate.edu

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See Recording Agent.
Source: calstate.edu

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See State Agent.
Source: calstate.edu

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Licensed salespersons that represent one or more health insurance companies and presents their products to consumers.BBenefit: Amount payable by the insurance company to a claimant, assignee, or beneficiary when the insured suffers a loss.  
Source: people.rice.edu

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An agent is a program that collects information or performs a task in the background at a particular schedule. The term agent is often thought of as a software abstraction that is capable of acting wi [..]
Source: techopedia.com

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One who is empowered to act for or in the place of another, such as a person you have designated with power of attorney to sign a lease or pick up keys for you. (See "Power of Attorney" belo [..]
Source: huhousing.harvard.edu

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A factor, such as a microorganism, a chemical substance or a form of radiation, that causes a disease or medical condition.
Source: aboutbioscience.org

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A person duly authorised in writing to act on behalf of the sponsor of the goods.
Source: tga.gov.au

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An individual or firm authorised to carry out transactions on behalf of another, such as the sale of insurance policies. Agents usually earn commission or a fee on the sale of a policy. They may be ti [..]
Source: aviva.com

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Someone who represents another. In corporate governance terminology, management is the agent of the principal stakeholders in a principal-agent relationship.
Source: globaledge.msu.edu

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1. An individual or firm that buys or sells securities for others. 2. A securities salesperson that represents a broker-dealer when selling securities to the general public.
Source: invesco.com

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Auto-discovery software installed on a computer or computing platform (hardware asset) to retrieve attribute and relationship data.
Source: ecpmedia.com

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A representative of an insurer who produces business. He or she may be an independent contractor or an employee. He or she may also be a policy writing (recording) agent. A general agent controls sub- [..]
Source: oregonlaws.org

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A licensed agent who is a resident of the state by which he or she is licensed.
Source: oregonlaws.org

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A salaried employee of an insurer who represents the company in dealing with agents.
Source: oregonlaws.org

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One who has authority to act for another.
Source: utcourts.gov

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One who acts for or represents another. ATPCO is a legal agent authorized to make filings and distribute data on behalf of designated carriers.
Source: atpco.net

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1. An individual who solicits insurance for one or more carriers and may perform other functions, such as issuing policies. 2. Agents of a direct writer are sales employees of one company only.
Source: assetinsurance.us

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Someone that has authority to act for another.
Source: courts.ca.gov

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Software installed on a computer or computing platform (hardware asset) to retrieve attribute and relationship data.
Source: shi.com

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means an authorized person who acts on behalf of or at the direction of a manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser; except that such term does not include a common or contract carrier, public warehouse [..]
Source: padamslawok.com

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A person authorised to act on behalf of another (the principal). A general agent (or universal agent) is one with general authority to act, or with authority to act in transactions in the course of hi [..]
Source: courts.sa.gov.au

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n. a person who is authorized to act for another (the agent's principal) through employment, by contract or apparent authority. The importance is that the agent can bind the principal by contract [..]
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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Someone authorized to act for another person (known as the "principal"). Violation of a principal-agent relationship is the core of an embezzlement.
Source: da18.org

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A kind of intermediary service which acts on behalf of another service (service provider or requester) according to rules established upon its invocation.
Source: ise.gov

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See server.
Source: cs.kent.ac.uk

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<networking> In the client-server model, the part of the system that performs information preparation and exchange on behalf of a client or server. Especially in the phrase "intelligent age [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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<pharmacology> Any power, principle or substance capable of producing an effect, whether physical, chemical or biological. Origin: L. Agens = acting (18 Nov 1997)
Source: mondofacto.com

282

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As the name suggests, a drug aimed at reducing high blood pressure (hypertension). (12 Dec 1998)
Source: mondofacto.com

283

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Something capable of acting against infection, by inhibiting the spread of an infectious agent or by killing the infectious agent outright. (12 Dec 1998)
Source: mondofacto.com

284

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A medication that can inhibit labour, slow down or halt the contractions of the uterus. Tocolytic agents are widely used today to treat premature labour and permit pregnancy to procede and so let the [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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An agent is the name of an external system (integration) that writes messages to the Queue [ecc_queue] table. For example, the agent name for a MID Server is in the form mid.server.xxx, where xxx is t [..]
Source: wiki.servicenow.com

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An ingredient that causes activity or reactions to take place (e.g., a cleaning agent causes cleaning to occur).
Source: bdma.org.uk

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A person authorised to act on behalf of another person in the sale, purchase, letting or management of property. A real estate agent must be licensed by the relevant authority in their State/Territory [..]
Source: banksa.com.au

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An intermediary or person hired to carry out a transaction on behalf of another person or entity.
Source: xe.com

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A person authorized by another to act for him or her; a substitute or a deputy appointed by a person and given discretionary power to act on his/her behalf. See also Power of Attorney.
Source: des.az.gov

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The actor’s representative who helps the actor find auditions and work. The agent, not the actor, negotiates a contract with the theatre. This contract contains the agreement on both the actor’s w [..]
Source: shakespearesglobe.com

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A factor, such as a microorganism, chemical substance, or form of radiation, whose presence, excessive presence, or (in deficiency diseases) relative absence is essential for the occurrence of a disea [..]
Source: cs.columbia.edu

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A COMPANY EMPLOYEE CONCERNED WITH THE HANDLING OF GROUND PHASES OF FLIGHT OPERATIONS
Source: flashcardmachine.com

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An insurance company representative licensed by the state, who requests, negotiates or effects contracts of insurance, and provides service to the policyholder through the insurer.
Source: bimadirect.com

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A third party who gets assigned to bookings in your system so that they can be paid Commission. Either because they made the booking themselves, or because they are an Affiliate who sent the customer [..]
Source: tourcms.com

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Individual or group who sells and services your travel insurance policies (such as G1G Travel!).
Source: g1g.com

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A licensed person or organization authorized to sell insurance by or on behalf of an insurance company.
Source: zirpoloinsurance.com

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one who acts or has the power to act as the representative of another. Most frequently in travel anyone other than a principal, such as a retail travel agent, receiving agent, ticket agent, local operator or wholesaler (usage uncommon in No. America)
Source: corporatetravel.id

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An insurance agent works for only one company and sells policies only for that insurer.
Source: southcoastins.ca

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Someone who has been granted authority to enter into agreements …
Source: ipglossary.com

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Someone who is a member of a specialized patent prosecution …
Source: ipglossary.com

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Insurance is sold by two types of agents: independent agents, who are self-employed, represent several insurance companies and are paid on commission, and exclusive or captive agents, who represent on [..]
Source: insuranceforarizona.com

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For the purposes of Recommendations 14 and 16, agent means any natural or legal person providing Money or Value Transfer Service(s) (MVTS) on behalf of an MVTS provider, whether by contract with or un [..]
Source: fatf-gafi.org

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A person or body authorised to act on behalf of a client in the sale, purchase or management of property.
Source: rams.com.au

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An agent is a person who answers calls in an ACD split/ skill. Agents are identified by an agent login ID keyed into a voice terminal or integrated workstation interface.
Source: glossary.westnetinc.com

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  one who acts or has the power to act as the representative of another. Most frequently in travel anyone other than a principal, such as a retail travel agent, receiving agent, ticket agent, local operator or wholesaler (usage uncommon in No. America)  
Source: tourism-nigeria.org

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An individual who is licensed to sell, negotiate, or effect insurance contracts on behalf of an insurer
Source: visitorinsuranceservices.com

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A person empowered to transact business of a stable owner or jockey. Also, a person empowered to sell or buy horses for an owner or breeder.
Source: www1.drf.com

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An enterprise authorized to transact business for, or in the name of, another enterprise. Aggregate Tender Rate
Source: scsolutionsinc.com

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The business affiliate for which the role is relevant. When you assign a role to a user, you are telling SmartTurn what the user can do
Source: smartturn.com

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A person who transacts business on behalf of another person or company with full or limited decision-making authority.
Source: freightquote.com

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A local moving company authorized to act on behalf of a larger, national company.
Source: fmcsa.dot.gov

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 A manufacturer's employee or a network of brokers that directly sells products to retailers and/or wholesalers. See master broker; direct sale.aisle captain or aisle clerk:
Source: retailvelocity.com

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A person employed by an owner of the identified merchandise, the designated imported merchandise and/or the substituted other merchandise that is used to produce the exported articles, to do part, or [..]
Source: dutydrawback.com

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A local moving company branch that provides agents in different areas of the country for the convenience of the customer. Those agents are are part of a bigger, nationwide company and work on their be [..]
Source: h2hmovers.com

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An individual authorized by an insurance company to create, modify, and terminate contracts of insurance or to arrange to do so or to advise on contracts of insurance.
Source: donnellins.com

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n. a person who is authorized to act for another (the agent's principal) through employment, by contract or apparent authority. The importance is that the agent can bind the principal by contract [..]
Source: glennarmentor.com

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Software that acts as an intermediary for a person by performing some activity. Agents can &quot;learn&quot; an individual's preferences and act in the person's best interest and may [..]
Source: business-resources.net

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A person who is responsible for co–ordinating shipping services for particular vessels. Can be engaged by either the ship owner or the cargo owner.
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One who acts for another. When a firm acts as agent, it is acting as a broker, bringing together a buyer and a seller. As agent it does not buy or sell for its own account.
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A securities firm is classified as an agent when it acts on behalf of its clients as buyer or seller of a security. The agent does not own the security at any time during the transaction. All-or-None [..]
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In the stock market, an agent refers to a brokerage firm which buys or sells shares on behalf of the investor.
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A person empowered to transact business of a stable owner or jockey. Also, a person empowered to sell or buy horses for an owner or breeder.
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(class uvm_agent) — a component that contains one sequencer, one driver, and one monitor, and which senses and drivers the signals of one SystemVerilog interface.
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An individual who negotiates contracts, or acts in the legal capacity of another party.
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One who exerts power, or has the power to act; an actor. *: ''Heaven made us agents, free to good or ill.'' --Dryden. One who acts for, or in the place of, another (the principal), by authority f [..]
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agent (intermediary for certain services, such as for artistic performances or public relations) agent, spy (person working for a secret service)
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A person authorized to act on behalf of another person in the sale, purchase, letting or management of a property. A real estate must be licensed by the Office of Fair Trading.
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A general term for drugs or substances used in the treatment of illness.
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one who acts for another as in a shipping agent who serves the shipowners in a foreign port by looking after the ships interests; some of the duties include arranging for pilotage crew change etc.; also known as port agent or ships agent
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A licensed person or organization authorized to sell insurance by or on behalf of an insurance company.
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A party appointed to act on behalf of a principal entity or person. In context of project financing, refers to the bank in charge of administering the project financing.
Source: people.duke.edu

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Agent may refer to:
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Agents are a group of characters in The Matrix franchise. They are sentient computer programs carefully disguised as average-looking human males, displaying a high-level of artificial intelligence.Age [..]
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In linguistics, a grammatical agent is the thematic relation of the cause or initiator to an event. The agent is a semantic concept distinct from the subject of a sentence. Whereas the subject is dete [..]
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In economics, an agent is an actor and more specifically a decision maker in a model of some aspect of the economy. Typically, every agent makes decisions by solving a well- or ill-defined optimizatio [..]
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Agent is an upcoming stealth action video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. In July 2007, Sony announced that Rockstar Games was working on a new exclusive game for Pla [..]
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Agent may refer to:
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A person who sells insurance policies.
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A person or company appointed by a customer to act as its agent to enter into a contract on behalf of the customer.
Source: uniongas.com

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