venturesome


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disposed to venture or take risks

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As one of the UKs longest standing social investment funds, CAF Venturesome is excited to work with our partners to help make a huge difference to people in the communities where they operate and create significant social impact.
There is an interesting research that one of the reasons why countries like the US and the city like California is very innovative because of what I call venturesome consumers and venturesome companies.
Yes, the writers in these pages seem blithely unconcerned with conventional notions of theatrical decorum as they delve deep into the methods and motivations of some of America's most venturesome ensembles--troupes like the New York City-based Civilians, seen on the cover communing with the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where they're performers in residence.
Players went daft on a slippy, moving surface that put the skids under the venturesome, and a snow-spray in the eye of the loiterer.
Illicit lust, particularly among the venturesome, is impossible to eradicate and as many nations have found, not for want of trying, almost impossible to regulate, if they go down that perfumed garden path.
I wish he were more venturesome in translation ("Kiss the son, lest he be angry" sticks with a corrupt text in 2:12; "in the valley of the shadow of death" 23:4 should be "in a very dark valley.
But verisimilitude may not be enough to expand this Indie's appeal beyond the most venturesome arthouse habitues and home-screen viewers.
Hirsch and Michelle Hirsch's VENTURESOME VEGAN COOKING: BOLD FLAVORS FOR PLANT-BASED MEALS (9781572841147, $19.
The scheme was funded by Big Society Capital, the Bridges Social Entrepreneurs Fund and CAF Venturesome.
s stimulating, nonpolemical argument invites further theological consideration of the extraterrestrial hypothesis and proves that Aquinas inspires venturesome wisdom.
We delude ourselves that a venturesome, well-fed garden bird has become our friend when, in fact, it's simply taking risks in order to survive.
There are ordinary consumers who seek to gain a large audience rather than join a community of their peers, and they can do so by making venturesome displays of taste.
There is a broad range of synonyms for "venturesome" but I see no need, really, to invoke any of them because venturesome is an apt description of NAI's recent changes and potential future.
Note: Three cheers for these venturesome souls, we wish them well.
These include the following twelve dimensions: Approachability, Intercultural Receptivity, Positive Realistic Orientation, Forthrightness, Social Openness, Enterprise, Shows Respect, Perseverance, Flexibility, Cultural Perspectivism, Venturesome, and Social Confidence.