Business

Movements or activity used by the actors to reinforce their character.

Business

A business, also known as an enterprise or a firm, is an organization involved in the trade of goods, services, or both to consumers. Businesses are prevalent in capitalist economies, where most of them are privately owned and provide goods and services to customers in exchange for other goods, services, or money. Businesses may also be not-for-pr...
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Business

(also called stage business) The gestures, expressions, and general activity (beyond blocking) of ac
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business

(ITIL Service Strategy) An overall corporate entity or organization formed of a number of business units. In the context of ITSM, the term includes public sector and not-for-profit organizations, as well as companies. An IT service provider provides IT services to a customer within a business. The IT service provider may be part of the same busines...
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Business

(n) Business is an activity undertaken for the purpose of making profit or adding wealth to a person or entity by resorting to financial transaction in order to get a margin of profit on such transactions. Activity not intended to get profit or margin and done to enjoy the pleasure is not a business
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business

[n] - a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it 2. [n] - business concerns collectively 3. [n] - an immediate objective 4. [n] - a rightful concern or responsibility 5. [n] - the volume of business activity 6. [n] - incidental activity performed by an actor for dramatic effect
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Business

• (n.) That which busies one, or that which engages the time, attention, or labor of any one, as his principal concern or interest, whether for a longer or shorter time; constant employment; regular occupation; as, the business of life; business before pleasure. • (n.) Financial dealings; buying and selling; traffic in general; mercantile...
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business

byplay noun incidental activity performed by an actor for dramatic effect; `his business with the cane was hilarious`
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business

concern noun a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it; `he bought his brother`s business`; `a small mom-and-pop business`; `a racially integrated business concern`
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Business

[newspaper] Business (Би́знес; Бізнес) is a Ukrainian Russian-language weekly business newspaper published every Monday. ==1992–1994== The newspaper was first published in Kiev in November 1992. The idea was put forward by Sergey Melnichuk. The motto of the publication was `Read! Think! Delaiah!` The first two years of Busine...
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Business

Busi'ness noun ; plural Businesses [ From Busy .] 1. That which busies one, or that which engages the time, attention, or labor of any one, as his principal concern or interest, whether for a longer or shorter time; constant employment; regular occupation; as, the busine...
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Business

1. A firm. 2. The activities engaged in by firms.
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Business

A business is any entity which is in existence to make money.
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business

A continuous and regular activity that has income or profit as its primary purpose.
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Business

An organization operated with the objective of making a profit from the sale of goods or services.
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Business

Any activity carried on with the intent to make a profit or any enterprise engaged in such activity. A business does not have to have a formal organization; it can be a corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, or any other type of entity, ranging from a street peddler to General Motors.
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business

Any permitted gainful activity of a certain duration that is pursued on a self-employed basis, excluding the professions and primary agricultural production. (The meaning also covers the English terms `trade` in its occupational sense and `industry` in the broad sense of any particular branch of activity.) The term `Gewerbebetrieb` therefore refers...
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business

Broadly, you are in business if you are trading with a view to making a profit. There are criteria to differentiate between a business and a hobby. If in doubt, contact the Inland Revenue, accountant or Tax Adviser.
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Business

Broadly, you are in business if you are trading with a view to making a profit. There are criteria to differentiate between a business and a hobby. If in doubt, contact the Inland Revenue, accountant or Tax Advisor.
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Business

Business is slang for prostitution.
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Business

Business is the collective noun for a group of ferrets.
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business

For the purpose of business relief, business includes any business carried on in the exercise of a profession or vocation.
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Business

Group of multi ferrets
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business

n. any activity or enterprise entered into for profit. It does not mean it is a company, a corporation, partnership, or has any such formal organization, but it can range from a street peddler to General Motors. It is sometimes significant to determine if an accident, visit, travel, meal or other activity was part of "business" or for pleasure or n...
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business

Origin: From Busy. ... 1. That which busies one, or that which engages the time, attention, or labour of any one, as his principal concern or interest, whether for a longer or shorter time; constant employment; regular occupation; as, the business of life; business before pleasure. 'Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?' (Luke II. ...
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