Big producer

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Big producer

A successful broker who generates a large volume of commission. See Rainmaker.

Big Producer

A well known and well regarded broker who generates a significant amount of business for his/her brokerage (and a great deal of money in commissions for himself/herself). See also: Rainmaker.
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The big producers, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, will probably have to grin and bear it until such time as the global economic and geopolitical storms abate.
The surplus in the Middle East is slightly up, due to the year-end increases of big producers (Saudi Arabia, Iraq and U.A.E.).
Jaber said that the movie is different from his other works especially that it includes big Hollywood names, adding that this proves that choosing him to act in previous films was right, and the reason why he got the eyes of big producers in Hollywood.
"At that time, I decided to be a niche player on the world market, rather than trying to compete with the big producers," he said.
But other big producers have more than compensated for lost Iranian barrels.
'Prices have been falling amid a continued rise in crude supplies from big producers, such as Saudi Arabia, Russia and the US, more than compensating for lost Iranian barrels,' said Forex.com analyst Fawad Razaqzada.
The mission included representatives of 20 big producers in machine building, construction and food industry.
She said Google also paid big producers to exclusively pre-install the Google Search app.
The US government hopes other big producers in Opec and Russia will boost production to compensate for lost Iranian crude.
Other big producers for Hersey (5-8-1) included James Denten (4-5, double, 3 RBI), AJ Ceffalio (3-for-4) and Cristian Rodriguez (2-for-4).
And recent fourth quarter earnings show that Shell and other big producers, with some of the largest assets in the Gulfs deepest waters, are approaching profitability levels not seen since oil was $0 a barrel.
It was a conspiracy of silence, but more women are finding the courage to tell their tales about how big producers like Weinstein exploited and left them feeling weak and helpless.