producer


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producer

or

manufacturer

a business which is engaged in making consumer goods and capital goods using factor inputs such as raw materials, labour and capital. See VALUE ADDED.

producer

or

supplier

the basic producing-supplying unit of economic theory. In economic theory, a producing unit is usually a FIRM, although government organizations also produce goods and services.
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The former actress had worked with UPN for several years as a producer on Moeshaand conjured up the idea for Girlfriends after watching an episode of Sex in the City a show she admired, but was void of African Americans.
Herskovitz and Zwick also received the PGA's Stanley Kramer Award in 2002 -- given to films that tackle social issues -- and were nominated for the PGA's coveted Producer of the Year prize two years later for ``The Last Samurai.
When working with satisfied customers or a newly closed sale, the producer would ask if the client knows of any prospects, and, if so, ask to use the client's name as a reference.
The new breed of dairy producer has a voracious appetite for information.
Hawes is in discussions with Pixar, the California-based producer of the show, and the subject of a sequel has come up a couple of times.
Nasdaq: MSFT) Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates has announced the availability of Microsoft Producer for PowerPoint 2002 in his keynote address at COMDEX Fall 2001.
producer and director, Hamilton (born in Czechoslovakia), 1950; James Rennie, actor, Toronto (1965); John Robertson, director, London, 1878-1964; Patricia Rozema, producer, director and writer, Toronto, 1958; Saul Rubinek, actor, Toronto (born in Germany), 1948; Craig Russell, actor, Toronto, 1948-90; Vic Sarin, cinematographer and director, Toronto (born in India), 1941; Paul Sarossy, cinematographer, Barrie, 1963; Helen Shaver, actor, St.
All My Children," Jean Dadario Burke, executive producer; Heidi Adam, Lisa Connor, Ginger Smith, supervising producers (ABC)
To help smaller pork producers, the Clinton Administration has implemented a handful of modest financial aid programs, consisting of $50 million paid to producers who sold fewer than 1,000 hogs in a six-month period, with no producer receiving more than $2,500.
Let's say a producer licenses 60 episodes of M*A*S*H.
Elmore Leonard's equation of a film producer with a petty criminal in Get Shorty may not completely miss the mark.