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Participant

A party of a funding. It usually refers to the lowest rank or smallest level of funding.

Participant

A person or company with a stake in a venture. Examples of participants include a shareholder, an employee in a company, or a policyholder in an insurance policy.
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Game theory is a mathematical theory and method of researching the phenomenon with wrestled or competitive property, and, under certain restricted conditions, the participators can implement strategies to other players, to make sure that the profits of participators reach a final balanced state.
As a passing of the distance participator must follow the given trajectory passing through the check points.
(Rhiannon, Burnside, Frequent participator, $1000+ weekly household income, 43yo).
From the back of a horse I feel more like a spectator than a participator and am convinced the dogs are having more fun.
CLM integrates Applied Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction, and Precision Teaching to develop Competent Learner Repertoires, focusing on the necessary component skills of observer, listener, talker, reader, writer, problem solver, and participator. Once these repertoires are well-developed, learners become competent to learn under everyday circumstances in the absence of formal instruction.
The Participator, 2004, is my favorite, a beautiful surrealist sculpture representing a woman.
Over 300 students and community leaders attended a full day of participator learning, with workshops such as "Beyond Organics" and "Challenging the Myth of Industrial Agriculture."
Professionals employ different techniques of learning, techniques that can be categorized into the following: the Communicator, who talks to colleagues and competitors alike; the Discoverer, who makes an art of imitating successful social techniques; the Goal-setter, who carefully sets a goal and gains the experience and classes to fulfill it; and the Participator, who focuses on active association involvement and continuing education." This article cited the diverse avenues available at the time in gaining theoretical knowledge and real-world experience to grow within the profession.
blends statistics with history and participator research to provide a study holding broad implications for students of urban studies, from history and economics to sociology.
Kidman, 38, who volunteered for the post, explained: "My father always said, 'You need to be involved - don't be a voyeur, be a participator.'"
It's when they begin to come to life, when the cadres of the novel ceases to be a stage proscenium, when, in fact, the writing invites you to be a participator rather than an onlooker that I frown and stamp and pretend to feel ill.
As an adult, I am a voracious speed-reader of biographies, an avid gardener and I still love sports, both as participator and spectator.

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