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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmovermov‧er /ˈmuːvə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 mover and shaker2 MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONsomeone or something that moves in a particular way Hummingbirds are quick movers.3 especially American EnglishBOTT someone whose job is to move furniture, boxes etc from one house to another when someone changes where they live4 something that moves things from one place to another an earth mover5 a stock or share that people are buying and selling a lot of6 BBPGsomeone who makes a formal proposal at a meeting the mover of the motion prime mover
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moverThe prime mover was George Dodson.Saturn is the slowest mover of all the planets.It would certainly include statements by successful movers of amendments and new clauses to Bills.As the movers and shakers of this peculiar saga, Bonnaire and Huppert are unnerving and fascinating to watch together.Although, as a rule, the young are generally the movers, while the old tend to be primarily shakers.In doing so, organizers reportedly alienated traditional movers and shakers.