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Enterprise,

city (1990 pop. 20,123), Coffee co., SE Ala.; inc. 1896. It is a peanut-shipping center with many peanut-processing establishments. There are also lumber and textile mills and plants that make concrete. The region's diversified farming began after the boll weevil destroyed (1910–15) the cotton; in gratitude for the resulting prosperity, the city erected (1919) a monument to the boll weevil.

Enterprise

starship on 5-year mission to explore space. [Am. TV: Star Trek in Terrace]

enterprise

1. 
a. initiative in business
b. (as modifier): the enterprise culture
2. a business unit; a company or firm

enterprise

(body)
A business, generally a large one.

enterprise

(1) Any undertaking or project, with the implication that it is of reasonable size and complexity.

(2) The entire organization, including all of its subsidiaries. It implies a large corporation or government agency, but it may also refer to a company of any size with many systems and users to manage. It depends on context. A corner candy store is "someone's enterprise." The terms "enterprise," "company," "corporation" and "organization" are used synonymously.

Enterprise Class
When one hears about an "enterprise class device," it means high-end equipment typically for the large organization. See enterprise computing, enterprise architecture and enterprise networking.
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With plans submitted and money also unlocked for a city centre enterprize zone, while the nation sits in the grip of a double dip recession, the very early shoots of recovery are starting to grow in the Midlands.
Tory leader Kevin Foster pointed to Coun Mutton's backing last year for a business park plan on green belt land around Coventry Airport - as part of a failed bid for a government Enterprize Zone.
When it comes to identifying offbeat personalities in the workplace, Matt Rossini and Pia Bertone-Gross, authors of "That Guy: The ABC's of EnterPrize Personalities" (abcenterprizes, 2011), not only wrote the book but say they've probably been "that guy" at one time or another.
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An agreement concluded between Algeria's Sonatrach and the Tunisian Enterprize of petrol activities (ETAP) will boost Tunisia's gas royalties from 6 to 7 billion cubic meters per year.
The oldest book on the list is "Astoria: or, Anecdotes of an Enterprize Beyond the Rocky Mountains" by Washington Irving, originally published in 1836.
Part of a 316,000 s/f industrial facility in North Bergen's Urban Enterprize Zone, the Action Emco space features 15,000 s/f of office/showroom space, 26' ceilings, 12 exterior docks, a drive-in door, as well as ample parking.
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1) By defining psychosocial providers as equal partners in the health-care enterprize, the proposal directly challenges notions of the exclusively biomedical nature of this activity (hardly a new thought for readers of this journal); and
Grace Enterprize Ltd touted a "home-workers starter pack" promising earnings of pounds 600 a week, no experience necessary.
It is hoped that this will instil free enterprize enthusiasm among the Romanians.