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Liaison means communication between two or more groups, or co-operation or working together.
Liaison or liaisons may refer to:
- Liaison (French), the pronunciation of a word-final consonant due to a following vowel sound in French
- Liaison aircraft, a small aircraft used by military forces
- Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut, series of large canals from Dunkerque to Mortagne-du-Nord, France
- Liaison job, a job that links two or more specialties
- Liaison psychiatry, psychiatry that specialises in the interface between medicine and psychiatry
- Affair, an unfaithful or adulterous sexual relationship
- Air Alliance, a Canadian Summit airline whose call sign was "Liaison'
- Collaboration, people working together
Agencies and individuals
- Liaison Agency Flanders-Europe, an agency of the Flemish Government to enhance the Flemish presence in Europe
- 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, an accrediting body for educational programs at schools of medicine in the United States and Canada
- Liaison officer, a military officer who coordinates different forces or national units usually at Staff level
Arts and entertainment
- Liaisons dangereuses, a French novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos published in 1782
- Liaisons (Desperate Housewives), a 2007 episode of the American drama series Desperate Housewives
- Liaisons (Star Trek: The Next Generation), a 1993 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation
- "Liaisons", a song from the 1973 musical A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim
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