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Business relationship
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Business relationship: Connection made or maintained because of business interactions
Business risk
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Business risk: Chance that investments may be lost or forfeited
Business savings
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Business savings: Successful limiting of business expenditures
Business traveller
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Business traveller: One traveling in the business-class section one traveling on business related matters
Business trip
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Business trip: Trip for the purposes of business (as opposed to pleasure)
Business unit
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Business unit: Independent unit within a commercial body, body which conducts business activity
Businesslike
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Businesslike: In the manner of one transacting business wisely and by rightmethods.
Butchering
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Butchering: The business of a butcher. The act of slaughtering the act of killing cruelly andneedlessly.That dreadful butchering of one another. Addison.
Butchery
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Butchery: The business of a butcher. [Obs.] Murder or manslaughter, esp. when committed with unusualbarbarity great or cruel slaughter. Shak.The perpetration of human but
Butler
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Butler: An officer in a kings or a noblemans household, whoseprincipal business it is to take charge of the liquors, plate, etc. The head servant in a large house. The
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