- v. present participle of acquire.
- n. the act of acquiring something
“The young workers, they are still in what I call the acquiring phase of life, and the older ones were thinking they could really sock it away for their last five years before retiring," she said.”
“So we have as of close of Q3 $250 million available to us, all our banks what we call the acquiring bank.”
“* How to overcome bureaucratic inertia in acquiring a CURP.”
“They have shown some interest in acquiring a puck-moving defenseman.”
“He may have had help in acquiring his skivvy bomb materials and rigging the device, but that would be true of virtually anyone who came into such an operation without prior explosives training.”
“El Bruce-from the 2002 NEI report linked above: “We cannot confirm whether Iraq successfully succeeded in acquiring uranium ore and/or yellowcake from these sources.””
“The piece also reveals that Sony and Warner Bros., the international and domestic distributors, were interested in acquiring the rights, based on chatter from "people close to the two companies.”
“According Vivid founder Steven Hirsch, We were approached by a third party, who brought us footage of Shauna having sex with her current boyfriend and we were immediately interested in acquiring it.”
“Like Slim, they claim to have no interest in acquiring media influence.”
“Meanwhile, “Shares of media company CNET Networks Inc, currently battling dissident shareholders who want to expand its board, soared more than 7 percent on Friday, on speculation that Google Inc might be interested in acquiring a stake in it,” said Reuters in 2008.”
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