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producer

1. Brit a person responsible for the artistic direction of a play, including interpretation of the script, preparation of the actors, and overall design
2. US and Canadian a person who organizes the stage production of a play, including the finance, management, etc.
3. the person who supervises the arrangement, recording, and mixing of a record
4. Economics a person or business enterprise that generates goods or services for sale
5. Chem an apparatus or plant for making producer gas
6. Ecology an organism, esp a green plant, that builds up its own tissues from simple inorganic compounds

Producer

 

an agent of motion-picture companies in the USA and in other capitalist countries who has ideological, artistic, organizational, and financial control over a film’s production. Well-known directors, actors, and screenwriters who create their own film companies sometimes also function as producers.

producer

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(ecology)
An autotrophic organism of the ecosystem; any of the green plants.

producer

A manufacturer, processor, or assembler of building materials or equipment.
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When issuing subpoenas insurers should be prepared for the likelihood that nonparties will demand that insurers pay the cost of producing electronically stored information.
AS: It's definitely confusing, partially because a producing credit is easy to give away, which is why lots of times there are so many producers listed in the credits.
Without sulfur, photosynthesis in the algae stops, which prevents the cells from producing oxygen.
Producing either cold or hotbox cores, it features a programmable controller, quick tooling change and variable tooling adjustments.
The proteins stuck to cells producing antibodies against them, and a cell sorter picked out the protein/white blood cell complexes.
At first it was apprehensive about bringing in a new and competitive method of producing patterns.
By now suspecting they were seeing positrons from some unexpected source, the experimenters tried thorium against tantulum to produce a supernucleus with charge 163, well below the theoretical threshold for producing positrons from the vacuum.
Prototype tooling needs to be fabricated quickly and economically but be capable of producing parts acceptably close to final production specifications.
Individual gas concentrations can vary widely over this time, producing a range of compositions.