Thesaurus / undertaking

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A site migration is a significant undertaking, and certainly one that should be shelved until after the holidays.
Companies undertaking projects in regions with known gold discoveries — or where there’s a reinvigorated interest in exploration like British Columbia’s Golden Triangle — may present more attractive targets for larger enterprises.
IN 2020, EVERYTHING THAT GLITTERS IS GOLDCHARU KASTURISEPTEMBER 8, 2020OZY
Capitalizing on a new feature is a large undertaking, but these five steps should give you a good place to start.
Castlight’s set of testing site locations is among the most comprehensive data available, but compiling every testing location in the nation is a massive undertaking, as sites are constantly opening, closing and moving.
From the historical perspective, we should also note that while the Second Crusade failed in the Holy Land, part of it was successful in aiding the Portuguese forces in the Siege of Lisbon and other small-scale undertakings of the Reconquista.
Therefore I thought nothing of undertaking a sixty miles' drive in broiling heat and along a villainous road.
SOUTH AFRICAN MEMORIESLADY SARAH WILSON
This estimate M. Troyon endeavoured to make—an undertaking of a very interesting nature.
PRIMITIVE MANLOUIS FIGUIER
And I, with you and all Americans, wish for him all possible success in undertaking the tasks that will so soon be his.
The finding of a suitable villa for Sophy proved to be quite an undertaking.
SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
There is little good in a man who abandons an undertaking simply because he has tried once and failed.

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