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designer

(of cells, chemicals, etc.) designed (or produced) to perform a specific function or combat a specific problem
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Designer

The person who draws, lays out, or prepares a design.
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That's not a problem for GM lead designer Frank Saucedo.
Corneliani's first brick and mortar store in the US will be located at Saks Fifth Avenue while the designer actively scouts new locations for a freestanding shop.
A late bloomer by designer standards, Windham never thought she had artistic talent until a 10th-grade teacher saw some fashion and hair-design sketches she'd drawn.
Though our design contributions have been primarily associated with the field of fashion, modern-day black women designers have also made significant inroads in the disciplines of interior design, graphic design, industrial/product design and architecture.
The excitement over designer estrogens began with what is known as the tamoxifen paradox.
Candor about homosexuality provokes speculation about a gay "moment" or "sensibility" in women's fashion, but even in closeted times, a certain noblesse oblige on the part of the industry allowed gay male designers to fuss about and clothe women's bodies.
That's the role of the designer -- to add knowledge -- clearly that role can't be carried out if he or she is not involved in the early stages of developing the communication concept and message, setting objectives, establishing budget, and so on.
The new Processor Designer fully automates the exploration of the number of parallel data paths by generating software development tools such as assembler, linker, simulator, and a highly-optimizing C complier for software performance measurement, as well as RTL code generation for hardware cost estimation.
I could not find a designer on my own so this program really helped.
Acquiring technical knowledge of textile production will also enhance one's competitive edge as an independent textile designer, says Hill-Campbell, who divides her time as an independent designer and as a computer aided design/digital printing instructor at the Parsons School of Design/New School University in New York.
Working within pet safety guidelines, each designer was challenged to create a unique space that will assist in providing a positive atmosphere for pet adoption.
If that designer wants to succeed in the mass market, he should never forget that fashion needs to have broad appeal.