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Adventure

Any activity that involves risk. Almost any investment, business opportunity, and even many jobs involve adventure of one kind or another. The willingness to undertake an adventure is a necessary component to the function of capitalism.
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This also means that the threat has grown so serious that it forced the Americans to adventurously raid Syrian territories.
Her success in this wildly popular genre encouraged her to form her own company, touring widely and adventurously on both sides of the Atlantic and to New Zealand and Australia.
Wicker accessories, blue ceramic stools and stone-based glass dining table are all indoor products adventurously used under patio cover.
In only the second minute, Bressington made 50 metres up the right wing and Stour spread the ball wide left for flanker Scott Witcombe to score, setting a pattern in which the home side ran adventurously while Cambridge prospered only from heavy forward pressure.
Adventurously shot and fluidly directed, pic won't travel far beyond fests and specialist outfits, but it does rep an intriguing feature debut for helmer Grzegorz Lewandowski.
Like I said the steering is a bit light, the driving environment isn't as adventurously styled as the exterior and the A6 has some minor controls like the electronic handbrake and central toggle switch on the dash which take a certain amount of getting used to.
Getting sick is an unfortunate side effect of eating adventurously.
A young boy who adventurously travels through time experiencing ghosts, goblins, and a creepy woodlands; discovers the true meaning of Christmas in another dimension where he is given a dog named Toby, and meets Caesar and Cleopatra while he and Toby try to stop a crime.
She has ranged widely and adventurously in her repertoire throughout her career, scoring a string of major successes in everything from bel canto to contemporary works.
These were written over a period of roughly forty years, between 1875 and 1921, and show Faure, at various points, at his most moodily romantic, his most structurally conservative, and his most adventurously modern.
What is happening, it seems, is not simply the third-stream arrival of choreographers, from Glen Tetley to Jiri Kylian, who are neither classic nor modern, but more and more modern choreographers, their style undiluted, contributing, and contributing most adventurously, to the classic repertoire.
The papers use color a lot more adventurously than in the U.