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rainmaker

noun activity to develop business, bringgng in a case flow, bringing in cases, bringing in new busiiess, bringing in new clients, bringing in new files, bringing in new matters, bringing in work, client development, prooucing business, producing new clients, producing new work
Associated concepts: business development, client developpent, marketing
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The experiments follow a memorandum of understanding signed between Jordan and Thailand on March 23 to benefit from Thai experience in rainmaking technology.
To continue to grow in this new reality, advisory firms will have to let go of their rainmaking roots and shift the way they bring in new clients.
By the time of Schapera's fieldwork (between 1929 and 1934), this had changed but still no one could practise rainmaking without the chiefs permission.
This brings the model of rainmaking and political security at the capital into focus once again, specifically the extent to which this relationship could have affected or destabilised the political, social and economic vulnerability, structure and security of the state as a whole.
But applying rainmaking to smog is a relatively new idea.
In the tropics also, many agrarian communities engage in this practice, but with a variation; they do not only celebrate the revival of life at the time of the spring equinox, but also resort to the magical rite of rainmaking whenever "the rains have kept their time" and drought persists beyond the vernal equinox.
Rainmaking Conversations: Influence, Persuade, and Sell in Any Situation
In "The End of Abundance" Mondaphoto of Mexico explores the role of water and the ancient art of rainmaking.
John Holiday, now in his 90s, is a Navajo medicine man who apprenticed with his grandfather to learn rainmaking ceremonies and practice healing in the desert of Monument Valley, Utah.
General Aviations Applications Dimitrios Skepastianos the prospects of cooperation in the fields of weather modification and rainmaking.
CYPRUS' clouds could soon get a silver lining after a Russian rainmaking firm pitched its services to the Water Development Department (WDD) yesterday.
Caves were regarded here not only as places of refuge and shelter but were also used ritually, in rainmaking ceremonies.