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  • n. A person who implements something

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Examples

  • His policy "implementer" is a home-schooled CNP member.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • In my opinion, the implementer is the most important member of the organization.

    Simply Missional

  • Clancy Dubos unveils a salty blog tongue, and lambastes Jindal and his "implementer", Timmy Teepell, on their handling of the pay raise issue.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • then the au mediator also called implementer is stoned on sight.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Make sure the "implementer" is thorough and fully prepared - no presumptions!

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  • It is the implementer of a systematic and sophisticated political philosophy, which Fingleton calls Confucianism, which will almost certainly constitute a serious threat to liberal democracy in the years ahead.

    Ian Fletcher: America's Fate Under Chinese Hegemony: A Review of Eamonn Fingleton's Jaws of the Dragon

  • Anything else is too small, too narrow, and actually the job of an IT implementer vs. a CTO.

    ICT

  • And lastly, the international community ought to reconsider its role as an uncritical facilitator, and some may argue, implementer of the Dual-Track Policy.

    Abukar Arman: Somalia, Dark Clouds and Silver-lining

  • Voluntary male circumcision can reduce the risk of female to male HIV transmission by 60 percent, and PSI is the largest NGO male circumcision implementer, leading a team of partners and governments in scaling up service delivery across Southern Africa.

    Shared Norms -- What to Expect from Davos

  • The actual implementer of the Cheney policy was Robert Andrews, the then-principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for SOLIC, who stated in his remarks on February 11, "the U.S. must take quick action against likely sponsors of terrorists ... without waiting for a basis of legal evidence."

    Spook spotlight (Jack Bog's Blog)

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