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  • n. Plural form of venturer.


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  • BP (and its co-venturers) should, as the legal jargon has it, be strictly liable for the harm that follows from the blow-up of its well.

    Making Sense Of Monster Oil Spills

  • Other venturers plunged into solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, which received some $500 million in federal subsidies and a campaign visit from Barack Obama before laying off 17% of its work force and giving up on a new factory that was supposed to create 1,000 green jobs.


  • His "we", then, had signified himself and Cadfael, as if they were two venturers keeping each the other's back against the world.

    His Disposition

  • For all the 'venturers sought to know What it could be he guarded so.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Donations and Charitable Solicitations - includes charities and non-profit organizations without a valid 501(c)(3) tax exempt status, charitable solicitations, commercial fundraisers (including commercial co-venturers), or any activity associated with the solicitation of donations.

    Kickstarter Launches! -

  • Update: Tor Books's Patrick Nielsen Hayden sez, "We're donors; we're not joint-venturers."

    Boing Boing: January 29, 2006 - February 4, 2006 Archives

  • Salmon that co-venturers owe each other "the punctilio of an honor the most sensitive" remains, 80 years later, a defining point for framing the discussion of fiduciary duty, still the most important issue in the law of business associations.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • They thought about it as they agreed with their co-venturers in the oil business to keep the whole thing under wraps.

    Masters of our domain: the [insert list of superlatives here] deal in the history

  • After all, the Hebron memorandum of understanding is secret so far, hidden from the resource owners because the co-venturers - including the provincial government - agreed among themselves to keep it secret.

    Energy Plan

  • A group of young people get sent to a planet in basically an advanced scouts/rovers/venturers sort of scenario to see how they go.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Tunnel In the Sky - Robert A. Heinlein


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