risk taker

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someone who risks loss or injury in the hope of gain or excitement


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I'm a risk taker artistically, but clearly this rendition didn't strike the intended tone.
Malcolm Gladwell profers that when it comes to bold risk takers, we might not be talking about the same animal, or in this case, the same Duck.
Risk Taker will need to improve to emulate that pair but he is a horse of enormous potential.
There are at least two sides to Francia Russell: She is elegant and tough, thoughtful but decisive, demanding yet compassionate, traditional and a risk taker.
Forego labeling yourself permanently as a risk taker or risk avoider.
His job had been very responsible and now he was retired, he could be a risk taker.
WILLING TO PLAY Aiden McGeady looks likely to start in Denmark tonight; RISK TAKER Gordon Strachan is willing to gamble with his team selection tonight
I kind of feel like a bit of a risk taker, but I want to be part of that attraction.
The Street of Clocks is another in a long line of publications by one of the truly imaginative and daring poets of our era, a risk taker always working skillfully at the border of chaos.
assembled a strike-force of about ten for the three-day fixture on the unique course where he has such an outstanding record, and Risk Taker will seek to emulate the stable's most recent Vase winners Mr Combustible (2001) and Peshtigo two years before.
This month's cover story ("Power Play," page 20) paints a picture of the equity analyst as a hard-working, competitive and well-compensated risk taker.
But at a startup, everyone you work with at some level is a risk taker.
Clark commented that the Risk Taker Lounge always full with new deals happening and opportunities being explored.
RISK TAKER booked his place at Chester next month with an easy success in the mile-and-a-half maiden.
Automated underwriting is essential to enable a free-flowing process from customer to risk taker in the insurance transaction.