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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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In Fitch's opinion, the framework is too generous for more risky operations such as microcredit or unsecured retail loans (PDL>60 days).
The city was warned two years ago that the aging coal units at the Dallman coal plant were draining money from the city of Springfield, but CWLP has yet to take action to address its risky operations at the Dallman coal plant.
The Volcker Rule limits the amount of customers' money that can be used by banks for risky operations.
Her range of action was wide, and included extremely dangerous and risky operations, including armed attacks, to obtain food distribution cards.
The market for small drones is driven by critical factors, such as increasing demand for operational efficiency for surveillance and reconnaissance, rising commercial applications for packet delivery and monitoring, and minimized human intervention in combat and other risky operations, among others.
The move came in the wake of Russia's statement that it would continue risky operations, including airstrikes, close to the Syrian-Turkish border, (http://www.
Big, risky operations such as retaking the city of Mosul are many months away.
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.
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.
BRITAIN'S biggest banks will face complete separation if they flout new rules to ring-fence risky operations from savers' deposits, the Chancellor will announce today.