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maker

The person who executes a promissory note.

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In its third year, the Makers Monday project simply asks people to pledge to "buy maker" on Monday, November 30.
Today, Canon and Casio are the only camera makers still making a profit from the DSC.
And it is proper that the people who misuse guns should be held responsible for injuries committed with firearms, not the makers of the guns.
In addition, over 40% of them answered they would take the maker into consideration when buying next phone, many of whom replied "because they support the maker whose handset they are accustomed to.
LG Electronics was founded in 1958 as Goldstar, a small maker of electric fans.
Provide the decision makers with any additional information you feel may be necessary to convince them the pricing you have provided looks reasonable and is acceptable.
A senior official at Triangle Group, one of the biggest tire makers in China, said his company has already reduced its monthly consumption of synthetic rubber and increased natural rubber intake after synthetic rubber prices rose.
Established makers of medical films reply that they are indeed investing in quality control--though perhaps more in quality management than in technology.
Over 85% of both business decision makers and investors agree that "the corporate accounting scandals reflect poorly on a few bad apples in the accounting profession but not on the large majority of CPAs who are ethical and competent.
IF YOU THINK GENERIC PERSONAL COMPUTER MAKERS are fighting over Latin American crumbs left by the industry's big brand names, think again.
The clone makers are trying to seize the opportunity, offering a range of machines designed to function like Macs but in PC-styled cases.
Armed with the "who," a participant in the political process can attempt the fairly difficult task of influencing the design of the process itself to favor a particular "product" or the much simpler task of attempting to influence key decision makers to take favorable action at various points in the process.