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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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Copies of Everest to Arabia: The Making of an Adventuresome Life are available for purchase through the NACM Bookstore (order early to avoid lines on-site
With contemporary energy and youthful allure, Figaro, seen in a period production by Carl Toms from New York City Opera, foreshadowed the more adventuresome productions hoped--for in the new, more intimate 2,200 seat house beginning next season.
An epic tale of forgery could have been the complete story covered by The Forger, but the captivating tale of his escape to Switzerland on a bicycle makes this even more adventuresome.
The whole piece is slightly darker than that but the character is adventuresome and smart.
It will be a tough sell Co and even if officials can grab the attention of the adventuresome, Iraq's tourism facilities are shabby
Not a bad showing for the adventuresome upscale project, the largest multifamily development in downtown North Little Rock.
It is her adventuresome spirit that leads them around the city looking for the keys.
Alex and Keegan are two adventuresome teenagers who end up causing trouble in their small, tomato-growing town.
Louise Sunshine is back--and she's feeling adventuresome.
This isn't kids' stuff, though adventuresome teens would find plenty here to engage them.
Being somewhat adventuresome, the ideal is a home base and access to other environments.
The Pope of Trash hosts a series of adventuresome cinema, including cracked classics like Freeway, Beefcake, Baxter, The Fluffer,