from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who plans.
- n. A notebook or software in which one keeps notations of items such as appointments, tasks, projects, and contacts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who plans; a projector.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who plans or forms a plan; a projector.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who makes plans
- n. a notebook for recording appointments and things to be done, etc.
• If the planner is a registered investment adviser, ask for the firm's ADV form filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
He is an industrial specialist / scientist, what you call a planner or strategist - the sort of person who is often referred too in professional circles as "the diamond cutter," if you need to turn around a loss making factory or manufacturing enterprise - he is the man who makes it all happen.
The comment of the "planner" is very, very revealing and we will post later on the technical implications.
This glorified party planner is getting way too much public attention.
Plus, I typically printed letter-size pages, but my DIY planner is classic size.
It's bad enough that there are thousands of real urban planner willing to give James Howard Kunstler his 15 minutes of fame, but to call him an urban planner is the last straw.
I think that your financial planner is giving you sensible advice, consistent with what most experts would suggest.
So even if not every planner is optimistic, those who are have the best shot of moving forward, but will have to cope with a form of the winner 's curse: the consequences of rosy estimates.
The particular planner is a family friend, so I'm already going in with an implicit level of trust.
I am a long-term planner, and I am working toward long-term gains for Democrats in the House and the Senate.
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