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Definition of Conceptualizer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Conceptualizer
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1. Western Approaches to Eastern Europe by James Franklin Brown, Robert D. Hormats, William H. Luers (1992)
"France has been, in the postwar era, the conceptualizer and ideologist of the new Europe. We have often, with justification. perceived its position as ..."
2. Same Bed, Different Dreams: America and Japan-societies in Transition by Alan D. Romberg, Tadashi Yamamoto (1990)
"Under Nixon, however, Henry Kissinger gave the role the status of key foreign policy conceptualizer. Above all, Kissinger enlarged the professional staff ..."
3. The Legitimacy of International Organizations by Jean-Marc Coicaud (2001)
"Being the primary conceptualizer and implementer of multilateral rules, they are also in a position to be among the rules' primary beneficiaries; ..."