The faculty of acting or of exerting power; the state of being in action; action; instrumentality. (noun)
The office of an agent, or factor. (noun)
The relation between a principal and his agent. (noun)
Business of one entrusted with the concerns of another. (noun)
The place of business of an agent. (noun)
A bond issued by a US government-backed entity, such as Fannie Mae. (noun)
Examples of word agency
The auditors also criticized the Office of Thrift Supervision, the federal regulatory agency that oversees nationally chartered savings & loans, saying the agencyÂ â€œdid not adequately address Suburbanâ€™s problems early enough to prevent a material loss to the FDIC fundâ€ and â€œdid not adequately monitor the thriftâ€™s actions through field visitsâ€ to ensure that any corrections regulators did suggest were actually made.
In this paper, the term agency is used generically to refer to agencies, bureaus, departments, commissions, and other entities.
The title agency reports that the average price for a single family home is down 4 percent from a year ago, to $$430,019, while through July, the median sold price for a single family home is down 3 percent from the same time a year ago, to $362,000. email@example.com
Wickersham sold the title agency in 2003 and his contract with Alyeska was a condition of the sale, said Randy Strong, Alyeska president.
The title agency reports that the average price for a single-family home is down 4 percent from a year ago, to $$430,019, while through July, the median sold price for a single-family home was down 3 percent from the same time a year ago, to $362,000. firstname.lastname@example.org