orchestrator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an arranger who writes for orchestras

  • Moreover, in a notebook he had the German phone number and alias of Ramzi Binalshibh, a key orchestrator of the 911 attacks and, like the hijackers, had been wired funds by him.
  • Bryan Walsh interviews the author, activist and naturalist Bill McKibben, orchestrator of the nationwide "Step It Up" campaign.
  • As an orchestrator you acquire a sixth sense about how a composer arrived at his product.
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  • Richard Wagner in Earthtimes.org
    Joe Wagner, Novell general manager of systems and resource management, said, "The latest Novell ZENworks management solutions are aimed squarely at answering customer calls for interoperable solutions. Novell ZENworks Orchestrator and Virtual...
  • George Karl in USA Today
    We all get excited when you've got a point guard that's special,Karl said Tuesday. "I think he's an orchestrator of winning. He'll help everybody get better shots. He'll help me coach the game."
  • Martin Corry in guardian.co.uk
    Corry said: "I thought he was tremendous. When things weren't going well for us he controlled the game, he kept us moving forward, his kicking was brilliant. You need your fly-half to be vocal and an orchestrator and that is what he did. He reads...

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