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Word: founder

Definition: fail completely; sink; CF. flounder

Sentences Containing 'founder'

1989 Death of Institute founder, Col. Tony Lawlor.
Also, he is a co-founder of the same society and its president.
Americans Elect's founder and Chairman was financier Peter Ackerman.
And he is the founder of the non-profit organization Nabuur.
Bhullar was the founder of a youth organization called "Inspire."
But the founder did not hold his charge very long.
Early in 1854 the town of Wellington held a "Founder's Festival".
Founder Bernie Goldhirsh's son, Ben Goldhirsh, is the founder of "Good Magazine".
From 1985–1991 he was a founder and board member of Norcrown Bank.
George Birkhoff is considered to be the founder of the field.
He also was a founder of the Mendelsohn Glee Club.
He became the founder of the Ottonian line of the house.
He carefully scrutinised claims to fellowships on the plea of founder's kin.
He is also the founder of the Seychelles Institute of Management.
He is the current CEO and founder of BIGFOOT Inc.
He is the Founder Creative Director of Granstudio in Turin, Italy.
He is the founder and president of LOGTV, Ltd.
He is the founder and president of the Punjabi Cultural Society of Michigan.
He is the Founder and President of the Sphinx Organization.
He is the founder and today the chairman of the Deepak Foundation.
He is the founder of the Bad Boy Furniture chain.
He is the founder of the Russian Ballet Mariinsky Ballet.
He is the founder of the trotskyist movement in Greece.
He was a founder and member of the Olympic Trust of Canada.
He was afterwards the founder of the Graphic, an art society.
He was the chairman of the Māori Students Association, and then was a founder of Ngā Tamatoa.
He was the founder and member of board for many NGOs.
He was the founder leader of Sikkim Sangram Parishad party.
He was the founder of Bangladesh Enterprise Institute.
He was the founder of Hayabusa Fightwear.
It is named after its founder, Ira A. Fulton.
It is named after its founder, Professor Evgeny Paton.
Its founder President was Nisar Shinwari.
Johnny Nunez is a celebrity photographer and founder of Nubuzzphoto.
Kiegerl is the founder and current CEO of PRM Incorporated.
Lewis 1908", founder of Atascadero, California.
Mochizuki was a direct student of aikido's founder, Morihei Ueshiba.
On the occasion of the canonization of the Order's founder, St.
Originally from Taiwan, where its founder, Liu Yunchiao, lived.
Rush is the Chairman and founder of the State Parks Caucus.
She is the founder and executive producer through Pink Sky Entertainment of "Flashpoint".
She was the founder of the Museum Bereg.
Shunmugam is the founder and designer of the womenswear label Ong Shunmugam.
The founder of the party was Ukshin Hoti.
The ideological founder of Ba'athism, Michel Aflaq, was himself a Christian.
The league founder and commissioner is Mr. Joe Krause
The name of the tree is named after the founder "XM".
The school is named after its founder Kamala Chatterjee.
The village is named after Baba Guchha, the founder.
Zlatoper is the Founder of Strategic Transitions Research.

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