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one who engages in exciting, risky pursuits

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Maersk Venturer is the third in a series of four ultradeepwater drillships in the fleet of the company.
Red Emperor Resources NL (ASX | AIM: RMP) is pleased to announce that the load-out of the Maersk Venturer drilling rig has been completed with the vessel now at the Hawkeye drilling location.
In the lawsuit, the former venturer claimed that HEI and company founder Charles Reed Cagle had violated both Colorado and North Carolina securities laws by selling interests in oil and gas exploration programs without first registering them as securities.
The format of the competition calls for just two qualifying from tonight's heats so it is important to l o o k f o r a greyhound with strong claims of filling one of those p o s i t i o n s a n d Magna Venturer certainly fits that bill.
Ken Livingstone, Technip's Project Manager for the VENTURER said, "I will like to take this opportunity to commend the master and crew of the VENTURER, the shipyard staff that attended to the vessel whilst in the DDW-S yard, and also the supporting superintendents who assisted me with this project, for delivering the VENTURER from the shipyard in a safe and timely manner.
The Southern Harvester and Southern Venturer were built by the Furness Shipbuilding Co at Haverton Hill on Teesside in 1945 for the South Georgia Co Ltd.
By the end of 2004 sales of the Kangoo had increased by half over the previous year and a new Venturer special edition version was launched.
As the head of a successful ten-strong telemarketing firm, which has just won preferred supplier status with British Telecom, Stuart still keeps in touch with his fellow venturers and his Business Link advisor.
For example, while one joint venturer might provide outstanding trial experience, another might be a more successful negotiator.
Also, from a conceptual standpoint, the venturer does not have control over the joint venturers assets but instead controls only its investment.
Nikon's Venturer LX 8x42 and 10x42 high-grade roof prism hunting binoculars incorporate a newly designed eyepiece lens to deliver superior sharpness, clarity and complete flatness of viewing field.
Sir William Paxton, an eighteenth-century merchant venturer, built a fine house (by Samuel Pepys Cockerell) and made a nearly 600 acre landscaped park in the gentle curves of the Taff valley near Carmarthen.
The fully functional vehicle, dubbed the "New Jersey Venturer," would be assembled by the coalition, and, as proof of the viability of the concept, the Venturer would compete in the American Tour de Sol Road Rally, an annual event sponsored by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) to promote the development and use of electric vehicles.
Your company has the right to terminate the venture if a change in the foreign venturer's situation - for example, an individual becomes a foreign-government or party official, or a corporate joint venturer acquires a silent partner who is a government official - creates a potential FCPA risk or violation.
The LLC statutes provide joint venturers with the liability protections they desire while federal partnership tax treatment permits the venturers to vary cash and tax allocations in flexible ways that can maximize the benefits of participation to each venturer.