Noun(1) an administrative unit of government(2) a business or organization that provides a particular service, especially the mediation of transactions between two parties(3) the state of being in action or exerting power(4) the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent(5) thing or person that acts to produce a particular effect or achieve an end
(1) Mannya was representing a private legal consulting agency at the hearing.(2) an advertising agency(3) government agency(4) The risk theory has merits that are independent of its claim to explain what it is for an agency to cause harm.(5) Coutts last week confirmed it had come to an arrangement with advertising agency M&C Saatchi.(6) Happiness is finally restored by the agency of enchanted potions.(7) Bea is suggesting made-up names that sound like they could have been invented by a brand manager at an advertising agency .(8) Trafford council wants to shake up its home care service and bring in a private company or voluntary agency .(9) BlogAds is an online agency that allows businesses to buy advertising space on blogs.(10) Now it is Iraqis and one agency alone has 150 foreign workers on its books.(11) One of the primary benefits of a weblog to an ad agency is its ability to simply publish current agency thought.(12) There was a crowd of advertising agency people in action, outside and in, doing a photo shoot of some new Starbucks goodie.(13) We believe the Department of Justice is the appropriate agency to look into this matter.(14) a contract of agency(15) she's an agency official(16) The pockets of the farmers, on the other hand, will reluctantly yield but scanty supplies, in the unwelcome shape of impositions on their houses and lands; and personal property is too precarious and invisible a fund to be laid hold of in any other way than by the imperceptible agency of taxes on consumption.