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  • noun Plural form of spinout.

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Examples

  • Public sector spinouts tend to be led by passionate managers who can lack the experience to run a large enterprise, and who are expected on top of the day job to set up a new organisation from scratch.

    Will private involvement in mutals make perfect?

  • In Connecticut, where more than 2 feet of snow had fallen in some places and it was still coming down, state police responded to about 500 spinouts, fender-benders and stranded vehicles.

    Huge snowstorm pounding Northeast

  • AAA Michigan spokeswoman Nancy Cain said the organization took more than 4,000 requests for assistance after spinouts and minor accidents Sunday and Monday morning.

    Winter storm blasts Upper Midwest, heads for Mid-Atlantic

  • Public sector spinouts tend to be led by passionate managers who can lack the experience to run a large enterprise, and who are expected on top of the day job to set up a new organisation from scratch.

    Will private involvement in mutals make perfect?

  • Deval Patrick noted reports of spinouts and disoriented motorists heading the wrong way on highways.

    Huge snowstorm pounding Northeast

  • In the past, Deutsche Bank has seeded spinouts from its proprietary trading desk, but has changed its policy and will not be investing in Avantium.

    Deutsche Bank Team Quits to Launch Hedge Fund

  • Associated Press President da Silva (center) visits Raúl and Fidel Castro in Havana in February But a recent string of foreign-policy spinouts has raised new tensions with the U.S., and prompted soul searching in Brazil about whether its leaders are ready for global prime time.

    Slipping on the Global Stage

  • Associated Press President da Silva (center) visits Raúl and Fidel Castro in Havana in February But a recent string of foreign-policy spinouts has raised new tensions with the U.S., and prompted soul searching in Brazil about whether its leaders are ready for global prime time.

    Slipping on the Global Stage

  • Associated Press President da Silva (center) visits Raúl and Fidel Castro in Havana in February But a recent string of foreign-policy spinouts has raised new tensions with the U.S., and prompted soul searching in Brazil about whether its leaders are ready for global prime time.

    Slipping on the Global Stage

  • Associated Press President da Silva (center) visits Raúl and Fidel Castro in Havana in February But a recent string of foreign-policy spinouts has raised new tensions with the U.S., and prompted soul searching in Brazil about whether its leaders are ready for global prime time.

    Slipping on the Global Stage

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