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Finder

An intermediary who contracts to find, introduce, and bring together parties to a business opportunity, leaving ultimate negotiations and consummation of business transaction to the principals. With respect to a Securities issue, refers to one who brings together an issuer and an underwriter; in connection with mergers, refers to one who brings two companies together. May also refer to one who secures mortgage financing for a borrower, locates a particular type of executive or professional for a corporation, or locates a particular type of business acquisition for a corporation.

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"That was how I got a contract for the Montanas with Pye, and for the Californians and Finders Keepers later with other labels.
Finders Keepers starts off with a strange abduction and slowly builds to a satisfying, if bittersweet, ending.
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"Finders Keepers is fueled by real-life issues of economic depression and marital strife, which makes the ensuing suspense and menace more palpable....
From this brief survey of the history of the law of lost and found, we can see that the concept of "finders keepers" does enjoy legitimacy in the law--albeit with some important qualifications.
Trilby feels her luck has changed as the "sko" from that wreckage should be worth a fortune for the FINDERS KEEPERS salvage of what is now space garbage to anyone but her.
In the Preface to Finders Keepers, his recently published volume of selected criticism, Seamus Heaney asks a series of questions: 'how should a poet properly live and write?
Lingfield: 1.50 Wedding Cake, 2.20 Mikao, 2.50 Lakesdale, 3.25 Chimali, 3.55 Finders Keepers.
Surely it's a case of finders keepers? n I'M afraid it's not.
Until recent years, Spain had taken little action as a handful of treasure hunters raised its sunken riches, following a maritime code well-known to any school-yard tyrant: "finders keepers."
It's called Finders Keepers. You have to hide something and if someone finds it, they get to keep it.
"The idea that 'finders keepers' is needed to promote mineral development is just nonsense," counters Tom Power, chairman of the economics department at the University of Montana and a leading critic of the mining industry.