initiator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i ni shee ay ter

  • n  a person who initiates a course of action

  • Lenin was the initiator of the central drama the tragedy of our era, the rise of totalitarian states.
  • Lenin was the initiator of the central drama--the tragedy--of our era, the rise of totalitarian states.
  • He saw himself as both Christ and savage, sacrificial lamb and initiator of cultural mayhem.
News & Articles

  • Simple ways to warm up cold calls and turn them into sales
    In the delicate dance that is the world of sales, it’s probably safe to say that cold calling is one area where sales people and prospects are totally in tune. No one relishes cold calls, whether you’re the initiator or the receiver. But cold calling continues to thrive for one reason: when done right, the tactic can lead to new business.
    July 10, 2013 - Rexburg Standard Journal

  • Nicolae Vacaroiu in Washington Post
    He was an exceptional colleague, kind, a fighter, and an initiator of laws. ...... It's a huge loss for us,said Sen. Nicolae Vacaroiu, a senior member in Iorgovan's party.
  • Vladimir Putin in RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
    If a new missile-defense system will be deployed in Europe, then we need to warn you today that we will come with a response,Putin said. "We have to ensure our security, and we are not the initiator of this process."
  • Marc Ravalomanana in AFP
    It was him, the leader, the initiator of these disturbances,Ravalomanana told AFP as he visited the state radio building. "The priority for me now is to restore all that was destroyed."

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