exploiter


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a person who uses something or someone selfishly or unethically

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Ne pas exploiter les dates Fifa est une erreur La FAF et le staff technique national des Verts n'ont pas su exploiter cette possibilite pour permettre a l'equipe de disputer une rencontre amicale.
Part of the interest of exploitation, as traditionally conceived, is that it can be wrongful and unintentional--at least, in the sense that it need not involve any animus on the part of the exploiter towards the exploited.
This time entire nation would contest the elections against exploiter political parties.
Ce n'est que depuis peu qu'on far des recherches exhaustives pour comprendre pourquoi le cuivre et ses alliages ont des proprietes curatives et comment on pourrait les exploiter.
Consistent with Knott's (2002) perspective, we conceptualize explorer and exploiter as independent constructs and have developed two four-item scales to measure individual's perceptions of the knowledge strategy constructs known as exploration and exploitation.
Another way to make the exploiter of a national resource pay is to tax his ass off or simply raise the cost of access to the resource accordingly.
He obviously failed to see that Mickey Rourke's 9 1 /2 Weeks character was a seedy, self-obsessed exploiter of vulnerable Kim Basinger's need for love.
A group, evidently Italian, calling itself Black Angels, released a toolkit it called the Cisco Global Exploiter.
You're this cold-ass exploiter who brings forth not just your tired and your poor but your deviant and demented.
Les progres sur le plan technologique pourraient nous permettre de decouvrir qu'un ancien site contient toujours de la matiere a exploiter, ce qui nous permettra en fait de creer un nouveau corps mineralise plutot que d'explorer.
Bill Gates is a capitalist exploiter," the adolescent logician said loudly and slowly for the benefit of the dim old man in the room.
But in looking at this particular pair of sexual nincompoops, we don't really see an exploiter and his victim, or a temptress and her prey, or even two adults freely engaging in some mutually enjoyable hanky panky.
By its decision, the court implied that it would require that the exploiter be one who manages the funds of another as a fiduciary, or trustee, even though the statute reads "use |emphasis added~ or management of an aged person's.
This technology made its debut in the last five years and is already the largest single exploiter of geothermal energy.