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Synonyms for enterprise

Synonyms for enterprise

something undertaken, especially something requiring extensive planning and work

an exciting, often hazardous undertaking

an aggressive readiness along with energy to undertake taxing efforts

Synonyms for enterprise

a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness)

readiness to embark on bold new ventures

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Max Robinson said: "Taking part in the Enterprisers scheme is a truly life-changing experience.
Fraudulent practices of the enterprisers regarding underground labor;
Most tellingly, only 29 percent report that "paying the bills is not generally a problem," as opposed to 88 percent of the Social Conservatives (the updated name the study gave the Moralists) and Enterprisers.
Creativity was crackling out of the 80 university students from around the UK (and MIT) at a Cambridge-MIT Institute entrepreneurial development programme, CMI Enterprisers ( Bamboos with Entrepreneurs, hosted by Durham and Newcastle universities.
The winner will win a place on a five-day course (January 7-12) to gain the CMI Enterprisers experience - developed by the Cambridge-MIT Institute - at the Van Mildert College in Durham.
Siemens is the only provider in the market that offers its customers a full-range portfolio, from devices for end users to complex network infrastructures for enterprisers and carriers as well as related services," said Otoum, "it is the world's innovation leader in convergent technologies, products and services for wireless, fixed and enterprise networks.
And, says Howard, unless envy and unfair laws intervened to restrict honest enterprisers who benefited all, progress promised to be constant.
By the fall of 1998, some free enterprisers were beginning to have doubts about the perfection of market economics.
Enterprisers 10 percent to 12 percent: Wall Street Journal Upper
It is this mandatory feature of Social Security, particularly, that so discriminates against the entrepreneurs and free enterprisers in America.
Since then the institute has published 200 books and thousands of articles, convened well-covered conferences on everything from right-to-work to mining, and mounted an annual program of student seminars to cultivate the next generation of free enterprisers.
But it was the era of free enterprisers of the new industrial age that seized the American government and for decades stripped the country of every valued resource they could lay their hands on.
A Times-Mirror survey last year split the right-wing electorate into three main groups: libertarians, moralists, and enterprisers.
Adaptations of traditional distribution formats have married the interests of some big businesses to those of small enterprisers, creating relations which if "unequal," are not necessarily "unfair," in part because court decisions and legislative initiatives have curbed the arbitrary power of core firms over their franchisees.
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