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maker

The person who executes a promissory note.

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Egbert has written one of the best informational texts about makerspaces and the maker movement that this reviewer has read, largely due to her focus on creating makers, not just spaces.
Last year, in partnership with Makers, Classrooms and Communities across the country, we worked hard to successfully break down the intimidation barrier when it comes to technology, innovation and creating and this year we plan to take it to a whole new level of engagement as we reinforce our commitment to promoting tech literacy.
The aim is to strengthen the Maker movement in Germany and provide the Makers and all those interested with an information and networking platform.
The digital revolution in Japan began with what traditional camera makers called the "Sony shock" in 1981.
By makers, Sharp was the most popular, whose handsets were owned by 20%, followed by NEC and Panasonic (10%, respectively), and Toshiba (about 10%).
He wants to displace Motorola and become one of the three biggest cellular makers, alongside Nokia and Samsung, by the end of next year.
Defend your client (your estimate) by presenting to the judge (decision makers at your company and the customer) a well prepared, compelling case including evidence (bid documents) to obtain an acquittal for your client (again, your estimate).
If oil prices stay high, major international tire makers will switch to natural rubber," according to Viyavood Sincharoenkul, managing director of the Hat Yai-based Sri Trang Agro Industry PCL, one of the biggest rubber exporting companies in the world.
PSB conducted more than 1,000 interviews with business decision makers and investors/shareholders across the country.
No-name computer makers gain market share on Compaq, IBM and other major players.