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Prospect

1. A potential seller or buyer.

2. To network in order to find potential, new clients, especially for a brokerage.

prospect

To look for customers. For example, a registered representative may join a civic organization to prospect for new customers.

prospect

an individual or organization who is a possible buyer of a product.

prospect

A person who has indicated some interest in buying and who appears to have the desire and the ability to purchase.Contrast with suspect,who is someone identified as possibly having an interest in buying,but who has not yet been contacted or has not yet given any evidence of interest.

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He added relatives of 3 gold prospectors told their families of the death of their sons while the fate of the rest of the group is unknown due to a poor telecommunication network in the area.
So, its' great news for the prospector and the metal detector company, but can others get lucky too?
Business event), and this spring, the Bjorkman family received a Special Achievement Award from the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada during its annual convention in Toronto.
Chester House's victory serves as a reminder that death will not mark the end of the Mr Prospector saga.
P1: A large majority of IFFs will be self classified as prospectors, analyzers, or defenders.
One quality that all Master Prospectors share is an insatiable curiosity aboout the people they meet.
When we play our recordings, we don't appear to lure in breeders, we appear to only lure in young prospectors," Podolsky says.
In response to this untapped market, Prospectors Run is offering private elevators in several of their floor plans with prices starting at just $285,000.
Idris Hassan Bakhit, a resident of North Darfur state who survived the Egyptian raid told Sudan Tribune over the phone that the incident occurred last Sunday, saying 41 gold prospectors, mostly from Al-Lait Jar al-Nabi locality in North Darfur and the outskirts of El-Obied, capital of North Kordofan state, have been kidnapped by the Egyptian troops.
5 per cent net smelter return, which prospectors can buy back up to 11 years after receiving the funds.
The 12-pound gold nugget uncovered by an Australian prospector is the find of a lifetime.
In a miner's camp outside Sacramento in 1852, widowed prospector Ben Rumson (played by Tom Wilson) and his tomboyish 16-year-old daughter, Jennifer (Jessica Rush) find gold, stake a claim and establish Rumson Town.