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Producers

 

in biology, the organisms that are capable of photosynthesis or chemosynthesis and therefore are creators of organic matter in the food chain, that is, all autotrophic organisms (seeBIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY).

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She plays a major role in managing the creative aspects of development and production, including the selection and hiring of screenwriters, actors, directors, and producers for film projects.
color) Marshall Herskovitz has been elected president of the Producers Guild of America.
Many producers also have developed referral agreements with centers of influence, such as accounting firms and law firms where both the agency and the center of influence send each other referrals.
We are seeing many young producers starting up new dairies and many more expressing interest in this occupation.
Palumbo was also able to attract the producers of Men with Brooms, a popular feature-length film.
Even if some market capacity growth also occurs in the Norscan group of producers, the share of non-Norscan producers will probably exceed 50% for the first time in 2006.
The NR supply situation is improving somewhat, but if SR producers are looking for NR to solve the problem, they will be waiting for some time.
The Producers brought him back to New York, "lock, stock, and barrel and two Jack Russell terriers.
Resin producers say prices rose 2-3[cent] in April, barely keeping up with monomer hikes.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," Michael Davies, Paul Smith, executive producers; Vincent Rubino, producer; Ann Miller, supervising producer; Terrence McDonnell, senior producer; Nikki Webber, coordinating producer (ABC)
With the current drop in prices, these farmers suffer in two ways: Their meat doesn't bring a good price, and they lose a great deal of money when other small producers, who buy their breeding stock, leave the business.
53, producers capitalized these costs, also called exploitation costs, and wrote them off over the revenue stream--a process that took more than a decade in some cases.