(v. t. & i.) One who does; one performs or executes; one who is wont and ready to act; an actor; an agent.
(v. t. & i.) An agent or attorney; a factor.
(1) The accompanying articles (Saffen, D.W., Presper, K.A., Doering, T.L., and Roseman, S. (1987) J. Biol.
(2) He added: "South Africa has to stop feeling sorry for itself and be doers instead of talkers.
(3) The documents contained an undated “personal message” from Trump to new enrollees at the school: “Only doers get rich.
(4) Results indicate that when the harm-doers apologized, as opposed to when they did not, the victim-subjects refrained from severe aggression against them.
(5) This weekend the very accomplished Rona Fairhead, former FT chief executive and now the government’s choice to be the new chair of the BBC Trust, was described namelessly in a Telegraph headline as “mother of three.” It was decidedly reminiscent of that Sunday Times front page headline in April, “Grandmother, 71, tackles slave traffickers for the Pope” , sparking condescending mental images of a sweet little ol’ granny pummelling evil-doers with her cane.
(6) The chancellor made his pitch for Britain's greying vote in a package for "makers, doers and savers" designed to complete the repair job after the deepest recession of the modern era, warning that cuts would continue long into the next parliament.
(7) Once, Whitehall might have looked to local government for a "doer".
(8) The nucleotide sequence of Escherichia coli ptsI indicates four -SH residues per subunit (Saffen, D. W., Presper, K. A., Doering, T. L., and Roseman, S. (1987) J. Biol.
(9) I’m a doer, not a talker,” Bush said at an event in Wolfeboro, reviving digs he has taken at senators for spending more time delivering floor speeches than passing meaningful legislation.
(10) Situation attributions were preferred when the harm-doer was white, and person (dispositional) attributions were preferred in the black-protagonist conditions.
(11) Barnett said it was “yet to be determined” whether online advocates of these acts were “the doers … or they’re just the keyboard activists who light a fuse under somebody else”.
(12) This will be a meeting of "doers", men and women willing to fight the Obama administration and its perceived attack on US free enterprise and unfettered wealth.
(13) (“He says he is the thinker, and I am the doer,” Regina told me later.
(14) To help with this some personal budget users, frustrated by the talk of people who don't know enough about what it is really like, have formed the Doers Club.
(15) Finally, three of the last 25 prizes have gone to what could be termed doers of good works, like the micro-finance pioneer Muhammad Yunus in 2006 .
(16) Parking is near the elegiac ruins of Tintern Abbey, and from there one embarks upon a digestible but heart thumping climb up to the Devil's Pulpit, a rocky outcrop, affording fantastic views, where the evil doer himself supposedly used to preach temptation to the industrious monks scurrying below.
(17) The delightful triumph of the "doers" in Rehn's suture of a stab wound and Souttar's intracardiac mitral valve manipulations is saluted.
(18) I'm an energetic doer, and should be a sales rep just like Donald Trump, Eddie Murphy, Bruce Willis, Madonna or Jack Nicholson.
(19) Hezza is a (mildly dyslexic) doer, not a thinker, but he understands the restless dynamic of capitalism and is not naive about its weaknesses.
(20) We have a prime minister who first, believes in climate change and, secondly, is a doer.