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  • 1business entertainment — Hospitality or entertainment of any kind provided for business purposes to anyone who is not an employee. Includes the expenses of staff acting as hosts. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary …

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  • 2business — noun 1 buying and selling of goods ADJECTIVE ▪ big ▪ profitable ▪ private ▪ core ▪ It s time to focus on the company s core business …

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  • 3entertainment — en‧ter‧tain‧ment [ˌentəˈteɪnmənt ǁ tər ] noun [uncountable] 1. HUMAN RESOURCES when a company or businessperson spends money on taking customers to restaurants, bars, theatres etc, as a way of making business deals easier to complete: • The group …

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  • 4Entertainment law — or media law is a term for a mix of more traditional categories of law with a focus on providing legal services to the entertainment industry. The principal areas of Entertainment Law overlap substantially with the well known and conventional… …

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  • 5Entertainment Software Association — (ESA)  американская ассоциация производителей ПО и компьютерных игр. Сформирована в апреле 1994 года под названием Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA) и переименована в ESA 16 июля 2003 года. Размещается в Вашингтоне. Членами ESA …

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  • 6Entertainment Consumers Association — (ECA) is a United States based nonpartisan, non government, non profit organization dedicated to the interests of individuals who play computer and video games in the United States. Game consumers in the US represent over 30 million Americans and …

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  • 7Entertainment Weekly — Pays  États Unis Langue Anglais Périodicité Hebdomadair …

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  • 8Entertainment Management — is a relatively new business management discipline that is increasingly being taught as a Bachelors of Art degree. Entertainment Management courses aim to provide graduates with appropriate knowledge and skills to progress into management careers …

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  • 9Entertainment Weekly — Специализация: развлекательный журнал Периодичность: еженедельник Язык: английский Адрес редакции: Нью Йорк Главный редактор: Джесс Кагл …

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  • 10business — busi‧ness [ˈbɪzns] noun COMMERCE 1. [uncountable] the production, buying, and selling of goods or services for profit: • Students on the course learn about all aspects of business. • We are in business to create profit. • The company says it… …

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  • 11Entertainment for All — Expo or E for All is a public video game trade show, created to allow the general public to see and experience new products from the video game industry. The inaugural E for All Expo was open October 18 to October 21 2007, at the Los Angeles… …

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  • 12Business simulation game — Business simulation gamescite book|last=Rollings|first=Andrew|authorlink=|coauthors=Ernest Adams|title=Andrew Rollings and Ernest Adams on Game Design|publisher=New Riders Publishing|date=2003|location=|pages=417… …

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  • 13Business process outsourcing in the Philippines — Business process outsourcing or BPO is an emerging industry in the Philippines. OverviewThis industry is regarded as one of the fastest growing industries in the world. International investment consultancy firm McKinsey Co. predicts that the… …

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  • 14Entertainment journalism — is an umbrella term used to describe all forms of journalism that focus on the entertainment business and its products. Like fashion journalism, entertainment journalism covers industry specific news while targeting general audiences beyond those …

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  • 15Business Hotel Astoria Seoul (Seoul) — Business Hotel Astoria Seoul country: South Korea, city: Seoul (Centre) Business Hotel Astoria Seoul The Astoria Hotel is located at the central core of Seoul. It is near to Nam san, surrounded by shopping areas such as Myong dong, Itaewon and… …

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  • 16entertainment account — ➔ account1 * * * entertainment account UK US noun [C] ACCOUNTING ► money that is used by a business to pay for taking customers or possible customers out to restaurants, bars, etc …

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  • 17entertainment expenses — UK US noun [C, usually plural] ACCOUNTING ► money that is spent on taking customers or possible customers out to restaurants, bars, etc.: »The Corporate Card offers a simple and efficient way to pay for business purchases as well as travel and… …

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  • 18Business Deal Records — Business Deal Entertainment is a music collective in Austin, Texas that grew from the 1988 collaborations of Smokey Farris and Dirk Michener and their respective circles of friends in Cypress and Denton, Texas. The majority of current Business… …

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  • 19Entertainment Software Publishing — (エンターテインメント・ソフトウェア・パブリッシング), or ESP, is a computer game publisher. It was created in 1997, primarily as a support company for the developer studios that made up GD NET (Game Developers Network). ESP took the burdens of public relations and sales… …

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  • 20entertainment — /entə teinmənt/, it. /enter tɛinment/ s. ingl. (propr. intrattenimento ), usato in ital. al masch. (massm., teatr.) [genere di spettacolo leggero, di evasione] ▶◀ show business …

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