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wet lease

wet lease
 n.— «Lease arrangements that include personnel are called “wet leases.” Leases without personnel are called “dry leases.” According to Upadhya, North Americans are taking out wet leases for all or part of five to six call centers per month in Bangalore.» —“How to Buy an Indian Call Center, Part 1: The Advantages” by Anthony Mitchell E-Commerce News Apr. 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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