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mover and shaker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmover and shakermover and shakerinformalPOWER an important person who has power and influence over what happens in a situation He’s one of the movers and shakers in Florida politics. mover
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mover and shakerHe has firm alliances with cable movers and shakers like John Malone.The annual crowd of movers and shakers at the National Press Foundation dinner presents a good example.Through it all, Tatum maintained his posture of mover and shaker, champion of democracy, doer of good deeds.McKee was one of the city's movers and shakers in the late 19th century.As the movers and shakers of this peculiar saga, Bonnaire and Huppert are unnerving and fascinating to watch together.Most of the movers and shakers in society know that they will not be affected.The league brings together a cross-section of Tucson, the young and old, the movers and shakers.In doing so, organizers reportedly alienated traditional movers and shakers.
From Longman Business Dictionarymover and shakerˌmover and ˈshaker noun [countable] a powerful and influential personThe movers and shakers in the stock market predicted a rise in share-dealing.
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