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These men knew each other as comrades in arms, and are members of a brotherhood that includes movers and shakers.Halevi's 'Like Dreamers' Is the Big Book On Israel We've Been Waiting For|Don Futterman|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“They could put those salt and pepper shakers in their hand,” he says, shaking in head in wonderment.Vernon Jordan Speaks Out on Obama’s Reelection, Bill Clinton, and More|Eleanor Clift|April 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Female movers and shakers host their own economic forum in France.
So in a city now crammed with a plethora of big name chefs is a sentimental journey enough to entice the movers and shakers?
They the sportive, the roaring, with bright spears, the shakers of the clouds have themselves glorified their greatness.Sacred Books of the East|Various
"Keep earth-shakers out of Ogrum squatting place," the dawn man answered.
"Earth-shakers" was Guru's name for the dinosaurs and "squatting place" was his word for city.
One dozen bonbon dishes, five nouveau riche sugar shakers (we never use them), three muffineers—in heaven's name, what's that?Murder in Any Degree|Owen Johnson
If young Shakers fall in luv tha are sot tu weeding onions, and that kures them forthwithly.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw
Cultural definitions for Shakers
A religious group that rose in America in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Shakers derived their name from a dance that was part of their religious ceremony. They lived in small, tightly knit communities and observed celibacy.