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Drug slang
A regional term for injection paraphernalia.

Vox populi
(1) Any particular occupation or employment engaged in for livelihood or gain, such as agriculture, trade, art or profession.
(2) Financial dealings; buying and selling; commercial traffic, mercantile transactions.


Drug slang Injection paraphernalia


a commercial enterprise trading in goods or services which incurs expenditure, earns income and trades, hopefully, at a profit.

business directory
lists the names of all businesses operating in a particular area as an aid to consumers. It is now customary to list professional practices in the same directory.
business names
must be registered with a statutory bureau which controls the use of all business names and with the professional registering authority. Both of these organizations are tightly selective of the names that can be used. In the veterinary profession they are literally practice names.
business nuisance
anything done which interferes with the reasonable use of a person's business premises, e.g. traffic blocking access, noise or smell offensive to customers or workers, health risks because of poor sanitation or hygiene.

Patient discussion about business

Q. How do people with Bipolar Disorder make it in today's business world? It's competitive, and it seems stability/happiness is out of reach because being bipolar you feel are out of touch.

A. There are jobs you can manage- being a writer (if you have the gift), being a freelancer, nothing you need to commit for more then few months a year. And if you take the meds and they are helping- just keep taking them.

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Having been appointed a manager in the company, the Pakistani used to get money from the South African businessman and then he would send the money to South Africa to buy gold to be imported to Dubai.
Every time the businessman borrowed money, he would issue uncovered cheques as a form of guarantee, until he raised the funds to repay the men.
The Dubai Court of First Instance sentenced the British accused in absentia for forging the photocopy of a trade licence, conning the businessman and embezzling his money.
Defending two of the suspects, advocate Ma'asoumah Al Sayegh, of Dar Al Balagh Advocates and Legal Consultants, argued in court: "The businessman [so-called victim] in this case is himself a swindler.
In 2013, the businessman reported the case to the police.
The Pakistani trio kicked and assaulted the businessman, snatched the bag containing money and absconded.
Upon confronting the businessman with the findings, the 55-year-old client denied issuing any cheques or doing any online or bank-to-bank money transfers or cash withdrawals.
The businessman, who was not identified in the report, claims that his driver of 17 years obtained a key to his safe and emptied it of cash while he was away.
Abdul Khaliq Saeed, a prominent Jeddah businessman, praised the late businessman's farsightedness and management capabilities.
JEDDAH: Plainclothes policemen in Jeddah arrested two men who cheated a Riyadh businessman out of SR2.

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