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Risky Operation

A business venture with a return that is not guaranteed. Ventures carry varying levels of risk. For example, founding a company in a new industry that is not yet established is generally riskier than starting a dental office in a town that has no dentist.
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This will not be the first time that robots were suggested to be used on risky operations.
Big, risky operations such as retaking the city of Mosul are many months away.
Among the survivors is an engineer who claims he can create a destructive weapon that will aid in the human resistance against the Espheni invaders, but it will require them to undertake several risky operations to collect all the components he needs.
Yes, I know the dangers of these kinds of risky operations.
They also hope that the guarantees would motivate the bondholders to monitor banks' activities and pressure bank managers to limit their risky operations.
George was born with half a heart and after a series of traumatic and risky operations the 14-year-old's condition had markedly deteriorated.
The closures came as the central bank cracked down on money laundering and risky operations.
First divers going down to the sunken submarine Thetis during the salvage operation off Moelfre, Anglesey, in June 1939 The motorised submarine Resurgam before she was launched in 1880, and subsequently lost off Rhyl and (right) the Resurgam's designer the Rev George Garrett Martin Pritchard of Porthmadog sent us this photo of German U-Boat UB98 at Porthmadog in 1922, before being scrapped The Zeebrugge raid in 1918 was one of the most audacious and risky operations of the First World War.
GEORGE OSBORNE vowed yesterday that 2013 will be the year when the banking system is "reset", with new powers to break up the banks if they do not follow rules to ring-fence risky operations from savers' deposits.
Summary: George Osborne is set to warn Britain's biggest banks that they will face complete separation if they flout new rules to ring-fence risky operations from savers' deposits.
BRITAIN'S banks could face the threat of being broken up after a report warned the ring-fence to separate risky operations from savers' deposits needed "electrification".
She will have to wear a brace and leg splints permanently and is likely to have to undergo a series of risky operations to prevent curvature of the spine.