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Synonyms for booker

someone who engages a person or company for performances

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Booker is a technology platform for running and growing salons and spas, delivering an end-to-end solution for business owners to compete in the rapidly growing market for local services.
In reports to Tesco and Booker shareholders, Pirc advised investors to approve the deal to create the "UK's leading food business".
Harris, Booker and Thompson advanced from the eight-man field to the finals.
For the deal to be approved, 75% of Booker shareholders must support it.
This past Christmas, Pollard decided he would surprise Booker with a 2000 Oldsmobile Alero.
Booker scored eight of his 34 points in the final 37 seconds, starting with a 3-pointer that made it 101-99, as the Suns finished with a 15-4 run.
In 1955, his reports on the death of Emmett Till, a 14-year old African-American boy who was brutally murdered in Mississippi, made Booker a noted journalist.
In particular, Tesco does not supply the catering sector to which Booker makes over 30% of its sales," the CMA said.
Booker is the country's largest wholesaler and owns Londis and Budgens as franchised outlets.
The arc of the moral universe does not just naturally curve toward justice," declared Booker, adding that "we must bend it.
And while at Oxford, Booker celebrated right along with them.
Booker, which has a site at Red Doles Lane in Huddersfield, said the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) cleared its deal to buy the supermarket brands in the UK from Irish food wholesaler Musgrave Group.
The commission recently filed a lawsuit trying to get Booker to repair the uninhabited home at 2010 S.
Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers today announced a partnership with Booker Software, a leading cloud-based platform that unifies operations and automates marketing to help service businesses run and grow successfully.
The identification of the booker types also follows Skyscanner's recent study, which found that the best time to book flights is, on average, five weeks before departure.