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maker

The person who executes a promissory note.

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Then the user of them must have the greatest experience of them, and he must indicate to the maker the good or bad qualities which develop themselves in use; for example, the flute-player will tell the flute-maker which of his flutes is satisfactory to the performer; he will tell him how he ought to make them, and the other will attend to his instructions?
The instrument is the same, but about the excellence or badness of it the maker will only attain to a correct belief; and this he will gain from him who knows, by talking to him and being compelled to hear what he has to say, whereas the user will have knowledge?
T&C Events are relaunching their regular Makers Market in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Market makers are intermediaries that keep trade flowing by providing bid and offer prices in all market conditions.
The makers of the popular video game that the singer actress is suing not only requests the Manhattan judge to scrap the case, they also want Lindsay fined and penalized for even thinking for filing such a case against them.
Here's some background information on the subject of Makers: the Maker scene is growing and is in full drive.
Levi's promotes Saunders and her products on its blog and sells her bags with its Levi's Makers tag at the brand's boutique shops in the U.S.
Included in its product line are such items as empanada makers, pet treat makers, cupcake makers and omelette makers, many of them brightly colored to add to their entertainment value.
THANKS, Fiona, for having the balls to speak out against the relentless gushing over the Games Makers.
Taiwan's NB contract makers are suffering sluggish operation in 2012 with declining profits, in contrast to Quanta's dominating profitability.
Inspired by the Games and their values, Sport Makers in Kirklees will be part of an army of 40,000 Sport Makers nationally who will help to create new opportunities for lots more people to play sport.