The power to distribute or appoint people to governmental or political positions.
Regard for or interest in someone or something:
(--- Football) A line of scrimmage.
(In noun compounds) Plastic surgery.
The transfer of a negotiable instrument.
The game of racquets
Trade in a specified commodity
A speculative business venture
The thing risked; a stake; especially, something sent to sea in trade.
The definition of an industry is any large-scale business activity or a type of productive manufacture or trade.
The definition of barter is a system under which goods and services are exchanged instead of currency, or the actual goods or services that are being exchanged.
The commercial exchange of goods; trade.
A branch or kind of business:
Areas of a country situated away from the capital or population center.
A place where work is done, as a factory, public utility plant, etc.
Iron Age - The ability to work with harder metals than copper and tin, to smelt iron, and to be able to remove iron from ore allowed for rapid increases in weapons making, brought the development of tools that benefit civilization and gave greater ability to perform tasks, such as manufacturing and transportation.
Something meaningful or relevant only to a specialist:
A piece of work assigned or done as part of one's duties.
The definition of a syndicate is a group that was designed or established to serve a common purpose, or is an entity that supplies news information to many newspapers and other media outlets all at the same time.
A place; locality
A means of reaching a goal:
The definition of a profession is a job, or what you do for a living.
(Informal) An association of persons, especially a military unit or a business organization.
The administrative personnel, executives, or staff working in such a place:
Physical or mental exertion, especially when difficult or exhausting; work.
The normal or characteristic action of anything; esp., any of the natural, specialized actions of a system, organ, or part of an animal or plant
(Popularly) Any business company, whether or not unincorporated
(Sports) An area in which an athletic event takes place, especially the area inside or near to a running track, where field events are held.
One of the elements, circumstances, or influences which contribute to produce a result.
A place of residence or business with its possessions and staff.
A business venture or company
The thing at which one is employed; work; occupation; profession; job
An act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law, or religion:
The definition of a disturbance is an interruption of what should be going on, or a bothersome intrusion.
The definition of a craft is a special skill or art or an occupation that requires a special skill or art.
The definition of a consortium is an association or alliance, or a legal right of one spouse to have companionship and support with the other.
In civil procedure, the court-ordered combination of two or more actions that involve the same parties or issues. In the end, there may be a single judgment for all the actions or a separate judgment for each original action. See also joinder.
The definition of company is a guest or a group of people associated with each other.
An action, event, or force that produces or contributes to an effect or result. Also called causation.
A combination of political groups (notably parties) for common action.
General course of action or conduct in life, or in a particular part of it.
The definition of capital is wealth used to create more wealth, a upper case letter, the place where an official government seat is located, or the primary place where an industry is located.
An inner urging toward some profession or activity; vocation
(Nautical) The sagging or bulging part of a sail.
An activity taken up in addition to one's regular work or profession, usually for enjoyment; a hobby.
A useful or valuable quality, person, or thing; an advantage or resource:
Any branch of creative work, esp. painting, drawing, or work in any other graphic or plastic medium
(Military) An action or engagement not of sufficient magnitude to be called a battle.
Any specific action or pursuit
A stock or supply reserved for future use:
A combination of business firms for creating a monopoly in a particular market; trust
A company or combination that has a monopoly
A publishing company:
An association of persons, corporations, etc. for commercial or political, sometimes unethical, purposes
An entity, usually a business, created by a legislative act or by individuals who have agreed upon and filed articles of incorporation with the state government. Ownership in the corporation is typically represented by shares of stock. Furthermore, a corporation is legally recognized as an artificial person whose existence is separate and distinct from that of its shareholders who are not personally responsible for the corporation’s acts and debts. As an artificial person, a corporation has the power to acquire, own, and convey property, to sue and be sued, and such other powers of a natural person that the law may confer upon it. Abbreviated corp. See charter, corporate, and seal.
(Business, computing) an organisation using specified programming languages or software, often exclusively.
An establishment that handles a certain type of situation routinely, such as a divorce mill, etc.
A building or group of buildings in which goods are manufactured; a plant.
The definition of a manufacturer is a business or individual that produces goods.
A state of curiosity or concern about or attention to something:
(--- Informal) The latest fad or fashion:
An important affair; thing of some moment or significance
An object of concern or worry:
(Archaic) Work or occupation
Sports (Team sports, Individual sport)
Enjoyment or pleasure
The pleasure afforded by being entertained; amusement:
An engagement between troops or ships:
An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation:
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