emprise


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  • noun

Synonyms for emprise

an exciting, often hazardous undertaking

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Emprise purchased the land more than six years ago as part of a $786,000 deal with Eleanor Foltz, Gertrude Bunge and Patricia Shoemaker.
You sum of unreal summits, my land, you flake into nought, yet visibly sustain grubs changing into gods, turn loss to gain, and make invention and emprise anew.
He has served in executive management roles at eBillingHub, SOA Software, Logic Library, Emprise Technologies, and Legent Corporation, which was acquired by Computer Associates.
Through means of this competition, the MIT Emprise Forum is keen on empowering those winning entrepreneurs and helping them take their business ideas to the next level.
During the last 12 months in the Midlands, we have also supported three bolt-on deals for Emprise, Kimberly Access and American Golf.
Dans les trois premiers chapitres, l'auteur propose une taxonomie des espaces libres presents dans la ville et ses faubourgs, de leur emprise sur les superficies urbaines, mais aussi de leur appartenance aux spheres sociales: publiques, privees ou religieuses.
Worldwide Computer Products News-12 October 2009-Edison State College buys Xiotech Emprise storage system(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Despite that, she had "started work at the Houses of Parliament on 3 December 2007 as an employee of Emprise Services", it said.
Wal-Mart, le plus grand distributeur des Etats-Unis, utilise son emprise pour convaincre les fournisseurs reticents h son progrmume de marquage RFID sans fil sur les cargaisons.
Ainsi, elle n'echappe pas a cette tendance certaine qui semble prendre emprise sur tout son territoire.
AMS IMPORTS helped Victoria and Richard MacKenzie-Childs cut the ribbon for their new V&R Emprise space in Market Square, where the companies' licensed flat-weave collection, First Wave, was prominently featured.
Vermeersch debute son texte en expliquant comment le statut juridique des terrains en front d'eau et les relations de pouvoirs qui en decoulent sont significatifs dans l'amenagement des facades portuaires: Il demontre que le partenariat public/prive necessaire a la reconversion des fronts d'eau a progressivement evolue vers une plus grande emprise du secteur prive sur les processus d'amenagement, compromettant ainsi le redeveloppement des sites qui devait assurer l'acces public le plus large.
Plus qu'une simple rebellion contre la culture repressive et ennuyante de l'epoque de la Guerre froide, le radicalisme des jeunes est aussi synonyme d'une emprise nouvelle sur des conceptions anciennes liees au travail, l'individualisme, l'independance, la communaute et la democratie.
For the author, there were few events more important in Italian history that the Catholic Church's emprise over private life, that defined the population's global attitudes until the late 20th century, and which elevated women's moral status to that of wife/mother responsible for the spiritual welfare and education of her brood.