mover and shaker
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While the city flirted with the Ponzi scheme known as Major League Soccer, a handful of movers and shakers have continued to work behind the scenes on a new ballpark for the Missions.
There are also dozens of essays by the movers and shakers who are making a difference.
Woodruff Place, where many of the city's movers and shakers built big houses in the 1870s, is just across 10th Street.
Fashion’s great movers and shakers, its true forward-thinkers, are embracing the new uncertainty and challenging the old boundaries.
Here now, for brunch, Khan is hosting a party for Jacksonville movers and shakers, everyone from team employees to city officials to corporate partners.
Among the 10,000-item collection of books, magazines and research tools, which are in the west wing of the building, are large-scale photos of movers and shakers from Indiana.
In 1909, Valentine’s memorial to Lee joined sculptures to other historical movers and shakers in the Hall.
As for the biggest movers and shakers this week . .
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