How to use By-business in a sentence

by-business
  • In 1860 the people of Kentucky were drawn toward the South by their interest in slavery and by their social relations, and toward the North by business ties and by a national sentiment which was fostered by the Clay traditions.

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  • Bright was in Scotland when a letter came from Cobden announcing his determination, forced on him by business difficulties, to retire from public work.

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  • He was detained by business for nearly four months, and when about to return, was refused permission by the king.

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  • By falling stock markets chairman sir George by business users.

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  • The Freudian concept of human beings as fundamentally selfish and instinct driven has been fostered by business because it produces ideal consumers.

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  • The American Trust for Oxford University can accept tax-deductible gifts from foundations that have been established by business corporations.

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  • After typing in the location you want (you can also search by business or type of business), a large, easy-to-read map appears.

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  • She has been recognized as one of America's Top 50 Most Generous Philanthropists by Business Week magazine, and it is reported she has given as much as $303 million over the years.

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  • Now the lone independent agent has been replaced by business travel management companies who combine travel agencies, big bucks and technology to provide an array of services to the business traveler.

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  • The dilemma faced by business owners today is how to apply their own moral and ethical principles to problems that may arise in a business environment.

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  • Many people are intimidated by business proposals.

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  • Even the standard horizontal layout is up for grabs; vertical layouts may also be found among cards carried by business owners.

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  • Instead of retirement vehicles, variable annuities are often utilized by business owners in order to insure against liability and business losses.

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  • A report by Business Week (August 2008) reported that rival online network Facebook has officially taken over the number one social networking spot, reaching more than 132 million users globally.

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