Producers


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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).

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Development of Feature Narrative Cinematic Projects: The Station (Scriptwriters: Nadia Eliewat and Sara Ishaq; Producer: Nadia Eliewat).
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Younger: The largest group of high-growth producers was 40-54 years of age.
Typically, producers who are fast out of the gate are also fast in the stretch.
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Each quarter, five producers will be awarded a loan of up to [pounds sterling]5,000, to be paid back through one of two repayment schemes depending upon the producer's preference.
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Top producers are perceived by prospects as knowledge-brokers in that they possess information that is unavailable to others--due to connections, background, expertise--and they will use this information to benefit the prospect.
Surveys over the years have shown that many potential new producers are attracted to insurance sales in part because of the absence of close supervision, and the freedom and flexibility the business allows.