a breakfast at which businesspeople or others of influence discuss work or issues in an informal setting; the breakfast itself
[pou-er-broh-ker] /ˈpaʊ ərˌbroʊ kər/ noun 1. a person who wields great political, governmental, or financial .
[pou-er-broh-ker] /ˈpaʊ ərˌbroʊ kər/ noun 1. a person who wields great political, governmental, or financial . n. 1961, apparently coined by T.H. White in reference to the 1960 U.S. presidential election; from power (n.) + broker (n.).
tool, database A graphical user interface development tool from Powersoft for developing client-server database applications. It runs under MS-DOS(?) and Microsoft Windows. There are also versions for Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, Macintosh, and Unix. Applications can be built by creating windows, controls (such as listboxes and buttons), and menus within the PowerBuilder development environment. The […]
noun, Electricity. 1. cable for conducting electric power.