- n. place of business where professional or clerical duties are performed
“While still filling these two offices, he was in 1762 appointed to the additional and important business office of Vice-Rector, by his personal friend Sir Thomas Miller, the Lord-Advocate of Scotland (afterwards Lord President of the Court of Session), who was Rector of the University that year.”
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business activity, business acumen, business administ..., business alliance, business associate, business card, business class, business climate, business community, business consultant, business consulting, business cycle and 131 more...
annual turnover, break off negotia..., cease trading, close a deal, come to the point, dismiss an offer, draw a conclusion, launch a new product, lay off staff, go bankrupt, go into partnership, make a loss and 211 more...
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