Rainmaker

"An attorney who brings a significant amount of clients, and money, to his firm.
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Rainmaker

(also 'skying, skyball, pop up') another term for skying the ball or hitting a pop-up
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rainmaker

[n] - (informal) executive who is very successful in bringing in business to his company or firm 2. [n] - American indian medicine man who attempt to make it rain
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rainmaker

noun American Indian medicine man who attempt to make it rain
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Rainmaker

[business] In business, a rainmaker is a person who brings in new business and wins new accounts almost by magic, since it is often not readily apparent how this new business activity is caused. It means generating substantial new business or additional cash flow from sources sometimes outside established business channels, sometimes by con...
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Rainmaker

A fly ball that is hit very high.
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Rainmaker

A valuable employee or manager who buys new business to a financial services company and thus genera
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Rainmaker

A valuable employee, manager or subcontracted person who brings new business to a company.
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Rainmaker

An employee who creates a lot of new business for a company by bringing in new clients.
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Rainmaker

An employee, often an executive, who brings a lot of business and income to a company
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Rainmaker

It means to strike a pop up or skying the ball.
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rainmaker

Person believed to control the weather by magic, employed especially to bring rain. Belief in rainmakers is common in Africa, Australia, and among some American Indians in arid...
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Rainmaker

Rainmaker is American slang for a person thought to be a creative leader in developing business.
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