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mover

/mov·er/ (moo´ver) that which produces motion.
prime mover  a muscle that acts directly to bring about a desired movement.

mov·er

(mūv'ĕr)
A person or thing that moves or causes to move.
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The entire list of the sixth, annual, top ten e-learning movers and shakers can be seen here -
But then, that's what movers and shakers do--they bet on the future.
For many, the novelty of making the January pilgrimage to the Alps has worn off, and without the movers and shakers there will be no talk, and certainly no action.
But not by attacking the movers and shakers, Bartimole grumbles.
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There are many individuals from across the world who are helping to shape NFV's roadmap, but Carol has identified five industry movers and shakers who, we believe, are having the greatest influence on NFV developments," said Ray Le Maistre, Light Reading's Editor in Chief.
The 2010 Movers and Shakers award for David is the second time he has been honored by Business Leader Media in this category and marks the third overall award for the company.
New York City's real estate movers and shakers gathered recently at the 36th Annual Urban Leadership Award Dinner, held by New York University's Real Estate Institute June 3rd at the newly refurbished World Financial Center Winter Garden.
It is the burghers, not the downtown movers and shakers nor the latte-sipping yuppies or empty nesters who find a neighborhood or two ``charming,'' who make for a successful city.
Robinson has been honored as one of their Movers and Shakers, a monthly list published by PM360.
Of course, if Hollywood's movers and shakers cared about originality as much as the profit margin, they'd realize that ``The Blair Witch Project'' is a one-shot phenomenon, impossible to duplicate.