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
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.
The sight of so many ships gathered from the distant corners of the world should remind us that strong, disciplined, and venturesome
men still can find their way safely across uncertain and stormy seas.
This important book consists of twenty-one essays that are knowing, critical, and venturesome
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.
The primary expression of that policy, Phelps and Tilman suggest, would be a First National Bank of Innovation (FNBI) "fully dedicated to 'relationship-based' investing in or lending to entrepreneurial ventures in diverse countries and regions and charged with ensuring that "global capital is routed to venturesome
Bush cleverly tapped into this fantasy -- with its easy bonhomie and absence of wives and kids -- to capture the hearts of the male journalists aboard their campaign buses, who could imagine themselves once again as tough, unfettered, and venturesome
And unlike, say, the Japanese, whose willingness to adopt new products drives their country's thriving market for consumer electronics, the venturesome
consumption of U.
It was a huge gasp of pleasure at a new America emerging, a country we all tried to believe in, a nation that is curious and venturesome
, more openhearted and public-spirited.
Bush asked a group of business executives to do "something bold and venturesome
about cancer within their own corporate families.
Fascinated by the artist's unfettered imagination, artistic diversity, and technical excellence, elements Vasari had singled out for praise, Geronimus approaches his paintings as individual manifestations of an inventive genius who was given the opportunity by his venturesome
patrons to explore new and capricious ways of storytelling.
be encouraged to experiment and to be bold and venturesome
in their work.