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Buying into the first generation of a folding product is a gamble—especially when it’s meant to replace your main work device.
Her HBO show, I May Destroy You, has been a massive hit and has paid off her gamble from 2017, when she rejected a $1 million Netflix offer to buy the show rights because the streaming giant wouldn’t give her copyright royalties.
AMERICAN ANGER: TOO HOT TO HANDLE?NICK FOURIEZOSSEPTEMBER 27, 2020OZY
Venture capital is by its nature a gamble—it’s right there in the name—and every gamble comes with the risk of heavy losses.
Pouring money into plastics is a desperate gamble for Big Oil.
That being said, it’s a gamble that in the long run pays a positive net return.
During the summer of 1968, then-lagging network ABC took a gamble on how to cover the Republican and Democratic conventions.
If we find him there as Rutter said, you can gamble that trouble has camped in our dooryard for a lengthy stay.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
He was never so happy as when taking chances; his whole life was a gamble, with Providence holding the bank.
They often dine together: the ladies love music and dancing, and some of the men gamble as much as the Portuguese.
The Texan went off to rub down his horse, mend his accoutrements, squat around the cooking fires, and gamble with the drivers.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST

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