Enterprise

The production of a particular commodity or group of related commodities.

Enterprise

[community] Enterprise is an unincorporated community located in the town of Enterprise, Oneida County, Wisconsin, United States. Enterprise is located on County Highways G and Q {convert|12.5|mi|km} southeast of Rhinelander. ...
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Enterprise

[Via Rail train] The Enterprise was a Via Rail train which operated overnight between Montreal and Toronto. Since the trip took only 5 hours, the train would stop en route, allowing the train`s departure to be in the evening and its arrival in the morning. In 2002, the Enterprise was the first Via train to use the new Renaissance cars. The ...
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Enterprise

[shuttle] http://books.google.com/books?id=vu1DAAAAIAAJ The railroad of Middletown and Hummelstown Railroad Company, herein called the Middletown and Hummelstown, is a single-track, standard gage, steam railroad, located in the eastern part of Pennsylvania. The owned mileage extends in a southerly direction from Hummelstown to Middletown, a...
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Enterprise

[1855] The Enterprise was an early steamboat operating on the Willamette River in Oregon and also one of the first to operate on the Fraser River in British Columbia. This vessel should not be confused with the many other vessels, some of similar design, also named Enterprise. In earlier times, this vessel was sometimes called Tom Wright`s ...
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Enterprise

[soundtrack] ==Track listing== ...
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Enterprise

Wagonload freight service conveying a mix of commodities.
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Enterprise

Enterprise has been the name of several American ships.
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Enterprise

A term used to refer to entrepreneurial skill. It is often used to describe the factor of production - entrepreneurship. It is the skills and ability to take risk and create profit.
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enterprise

[n] - an organization created for business ventures 2. [n] - readiness to embark on bold new ventures 3. [n] - a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness)
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Enterprise

Information Portal
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Enterprise

En'ter·prise noun [ French enterprise , from entreprendre to undertake; entre between (L. inter ) + prendre to take. See Inter , and Emprise .] 1. That which is undertaken; something attempted to be performed; a work projected which involves ...
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Enterprise

En'ter·prise transitive verb 1. To undertake; to begin and attempt to perform; to venture upon. [ R.] « The business must be enterprised this night.» Dryden. « What would I not renounce or enterprise for you!» T. Otway. 2. To t...
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Enterprise

En'ter·prise intransitive verb To undertake an enterprise, or something hazardous or difficult. [ R.] Pope.
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enterprise

enterprisingness noun readiness to embark on bold new ventures
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enterprise

noun a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness); `he had doubts about the whole enterprise`
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enterprise

noun an organization created for business ventures; `a growing enterprise must have a bold leader`
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Enterprise

A business firm.
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Enterprise

• (v. i.) To undertake an enterprise, or something hazardous or difficult. • (v. t.) To undertake; to begin and attempt to perform; to venture upon. • (n.) Willingness or eagerness to engage in labor which requires boldness, promptness, energy, and like qualities; as, a man of great enterprise. • (v. t.) To treat with hospitalit...
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Enterprise

(from the article `Roddenberry, Gene`) ...Star Trek chronicled the 23rd-century adventures of a cast of characters headed by Capt. James Kirk, Mr. Spock, and other officers of the starship ...
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Enterprise

(from the article `aircraft carrier`) On Sept. 24, 1960, the first nuclear-powered carrier, the Enterprise, was launched by the United States. It had no need for the fuel bunkers, ... The first nuclear-powered carrier, USS Enterprise, was commissioned in 1961. It was equipped with eight nuclear reactors and steamed for more than ... ...
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Enterprise

(from the article `Shreve, Henry Miller`) ...fur trade between St. Louis and Philadelphia, by way of Pittsburgh, and in 1810 he began carrying lead from Galena, Ill., near the upper ...
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Enterprise

city, Coffee county, southeastern Alabama, U.S., about 90 miles (145 km) southeast of Montgomery. It was founded in 1881 by John Henry Carmichael ...
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Enterprise

A firm.
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Enterprise

[1814] The steamboat Enterprise, or Enterprize, demonstrated for the first time by her epic 2,200-mile voyage from New Orleans to Brownsville, Pennsylvania that steamboat commerce was practical on the Mississippi River and its tributaries. ==Early days== The Enterprise, with an engine and power train designed and built by Daniel French, was...
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