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Synonyms for mover

workman employed by a moving company

(parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion

a company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another

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For the second year in a row, Amazon Web Services (AWS), a globally recognized giant in management and developer tools and analytics, was recognized as ISG Mover of the Year.
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Movers and Shakers is making a comeback after a decade but people have still not forgotten it primarily due to Shekhar's trademark style and wit.
Early movers have the advantage of time, which brings with it more options for decision-making as market shifts either create opportunities for entering new markets, introducing new products and initiating new innovations, referred to as "market exploitation opportunities.
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Approximately half of the first movers trust and about two-thirds of the second movers are trustworthy.
Eugene police and state transportation officials issued more than 17 citations during a sting operation aimed at unlicensed movers, authorities announced Friday.
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