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a promoter of greater understanding and cooperation among churches
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Among the smaller venues and independent promoters, ticket sales are a different world.
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Rumors swirled from the start that Gores would offload DTE to a buyer such as Live Nation — the powerhouse promoter that operates amphitheaters across the U.S. — or even, more recently, to the Ilitches.
Other defendants are the concert promoter, the Texas company that manufactures a device police say the gunman used to make semi-automatic weapons fire almost continuously, and Paddock's estate.
Most of all, the controversial cultural critic and relentless self-promoter liked that Katherine Dunn agreed with her.
While there was, unfortunately, a lot of damage and loss of life in small towns in Morelos, Mexico tourism promoters confirm the state can still be visited.
Like how to deal with creepy promoters, or stupid rumors that may come up and how to keep your career going without burning a bridge and lashing out.
When all ticket sales are counted, the final attendance numbers will be 114,000 to 115,000, or 10,000 more than the 104,000 who came to the show's first run in 2016, said Ralph Garrity, the festival promoter and president of Festival Pro LLC.
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First Known Use of promoter
Synonymsadvocate, advocator, apostle, backer, booster, champion, expounder, espouser, friend, gospeler (or gospeller), herald, hierophant, high priest, paladin, exponent, proponent, protagonist, supporter, true believer, tub-thumper, white knight
Antonymsadversary, antagonist, opponent
Related Wordsloyalist, partisan (also partizan), stalwart; adherent, cohort, disciple, follower; interpreter; applauder, cheerleader, encourager, fellow traveler
Near Antonymsenemy, foe, rival; belittler, critic, faultfinder
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- promoters owe a fiduciary duty to the corporation they are promoting
- —R. C. Clark
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